Such incredible weather!!!!!
I have finally been able to get outside and do a little painting this week...
and tackle some of these pieces that have been sitting
IN THE MIDDLE OF MY LIVING ROOM FOR WEEKS!!!!!!!!!
I need a workshop!
Today, I packed up the car,
and they are headed to my booth in Greenwood tomorrow....
Greenwood Antiques & Uniques,
here we come!!!
Take a look at the Before and Afters!
Oak Dresser from Fantastic Thrift......
I painted in a two toned Annie Sloan Chalk Paint treatment:
Old White and Paris Grey, then waxed.
BEFORE: Little orange velour maple wood chair.
I've had this cute little chair for so long,
I don't even remember where it came from!!!!!
AFTER: I painted the base in Old White.
I covered the front and seat in a pewter chenille remnant .......
but didn't have enough for the arms or back....
So I made a trip to UFab yesterday.....
and found this wonderful grey and white graphic fabric
to use for the back and arms.
I love this comfortable petite chair.
I would keep it except Wilma
would shred it to ribbons in about two seconds.
So, for sale at $275.
Four disgusting parson chairs rescued from the alley...........
I painted the legs in ASCP Paris Grey,
then used a set of vintage toile drapes to reupholster..
Then I added some aqua pompom fringe along the bottom edge,
and a couple of oversized pewter railheads along the top edge.
These are really comfortable dining chairs!
$300 for the set.
Little wooden cabinet purchased from Hope Thrift...
New paint job...
Great bathroom cabinet, or spice cabinet....
BEFORE: Ugly little owl statue from Goodwill....
AFTER: Much improved with a new
French Linen and Old White ASCP job!
BEFORE: Old fence posts...
(I can also custom create these..)
The car is packed and Jed is headed for bed.
Have a fabulous weekend, you all!!!