Rustic Table Makeover

I picked up this awesome table for a song last weekend…isn’t it cool?  It is a geat solid wood table in awesome shape!  I snagged it quick.  Luckily it fit perfectly in the jeep! 
I decided to keep it rustic and used a dry-brush painting technique with three different shades of beautiful blue.   I used Aubusson Blue Chalk Paint (Annie Sloan’s) as well as Valspar’s Beach House and Blue Lagoon.  I stained the top in antique walnut.  I think it will make a great sofa table for someone’s living room or even a kitchen island!

She sold quickly…I love when that happens.

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  1. Someone else loved it! Nice, good job =)

  2. good for you!!

  3. I see why it went so fast! I love the dry brush technique in the different shades of blue. It gives the color such depth.
    Surprise! You’ve been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award; details in a post on my blog. Congrats.
    Hope you’ll share your table at Frugal Treasure party starting today at 7pm.
    Barbe

  4. Just lovely!

  5. That came out great Stacey!!

  6. “Whooooshhhh”. Was that the song you were singing when you got it? Because that’s the sound it made as it flew out the SOLD door.

    ~Bliss~

  7. Wow.. that looks fantastic! Great job.

  8. I love the color! Great job again!

  9. ok – HAND IT OVER!!! I want that table :)

    Gorgeous job!

  10. Just a beautiful color combo! You did a great job!

  11. Love it!

  12. LOVE THE COLOR! it turned out teriffic, do you have your own store?

  13. My goodness ,that’s one good make over you did on that table.. It will suit perfectly on my dirty kitchen remodel, to serve as an island.. Say,are you planning to sell that? :) … Any way, I have to admit I was shocked on how you combined 3 shades of blue so beautifully.

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