…Vintage Small Server In Antibes Green

I just finished this cute little server in ASCP Antibes Green. Here's the before which is in really good condition. It's a little shocking at first to see this bright color right out of the can. I knew right away this was going to require a lot of Dark Wax to tone down a bit and give it an aged finished that I was hoping for.  Also, I really wanted to distress this a bit to help … [Read more...]

…Antique Oak Chest

This tall oak chest is mid to late 1800s old. I stared at this in my garage for about two weeks debating if I should even paint it. The wood has a wonderful primitive look and a couple of the drawers appeared to be something other than oak which added more interest to it. But, what I really love about this is the paneled sides and the little key bonnet cupboard in the front. After staring … [Read more...]

….Girls Dresser Makeover

Hi everyone! I'm back today with a quick post on my daughter's dresser makeover that was so simple but made a real difference. This was my childhood dresser that I painted years ago to match my daughter's room when we were going through our light pink and green phase. I still love how sweet these colors look together. Of course I went back and forth on what to do with this, but sometimes … [Read more...]

…1950s Drop Leaf End Tables

I picked up these super cute vintage end tables over a month ago with the intention of painting them right away. That did not happen. We had this crazy arctic blast of weather that would not go away. So, new garage heater is currently on the wish list! But seriously, how cute is this couple? I painted the entire piece using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Old White and then Louis Blue over the … [Read more...]