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Sunday, July 31, 2011

Darling Coffee Table Redo

Hi All,
Hope you enjoyed the last weekend in July.  Can you believe it?  Time has flown by.
I will share how Hubby and I spent our Saturday, but first up is a sweet redo.
I fought off a lady at a Goodwill a few months ago to snag this baby.
Table 007
Table 008
It is a beautiful, double pedestal coffee table.  It just needed some paint.
Out came the Paris Gray.
Lake and home 055
I distressed the legs and just the edges of the table.
Better, but not great.
Out came the Old White.
store and garage 004
Ah, much better. 
Here she sits in my space, painted and waxed and ready for a new home.
Another benefit to chalk paint – if you do not like the first round of paint, simply paint right over it!
Have a great day!
Debbiedoo's blogging and blabbingDittle DattleHome Savvy
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Rosemary@villabarnes said...

Great job Shannon. I love the fact that you kept going until you got what you wanted. New follower.

Andrea said...

Still amazes me what you can do with furniture. Great job on the table. Love the distressed legs. Visiting from Debbie's party. Have a great week.

Debbiedoos said...

Looking good now. Love the table and the sexy legs. Thanks for sharing at my newbie party.

Dee ⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️⚜️ said...

I love the table and how you transformed it.


Anonymous said...

beautiful,, looks so much better,

Miss Kitty said...

A totally different look from where it started! Great job! Now that dreary little coffee table will have a whole new life thanks to your paint job.

Mariaelena said...

simply perfect!!!...Mariaelena

People Who Know Me Would Say: said...

What a great transformation!

Decor & Harmony said...

First of all is the lady okay? lol........your transformation are just AWESOME!

The Painted Parlor said...

aw, that turned out adorable! that's the great thing about paint, just keep painting til you like it ;)


Lauren @ My Wonderfully Made said...

Wow -- I love the double pedestal legs! I agree -- some of my pieces have several layers of chalk paint because I couldn't decide what I liked/wanted! Great job on this piece -- well worth fighting for!

Anonymous said...

So did you spend saturday??

Erin of said...

Ooooo. Your table turned out great! I want one! :) Thanks for the inspiration. I would love for you to link up at my Savvy HomeMade Monday blog party at

I am a new follower!

Anonymous said...

I love this table! What a great transformation! I am a new follower! Thanks for sharing this awesome makeover!

Carrie @ Hazardous Design said...

It is beautiful, Shannon! The lines of the table are so unique and I like it so much better white than the dark stain.

Megan Gunyan said...

Oooh, that table is so great! I love the double pedestal base. I SO want to try out this chalk paint! It looks like amazing stuff!
I'd love for you to share this on my link party today! Have a great weekend!

Erin of said...

Thanks so much for linking up, Shannon! I saw your table at another link party and just had to stop by again and tell you how much I love it... Again! :)

pinar said...

it's beautiful...

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