Thursday, April 4, 2013

Painted Piano Reveal!

I am so excited to share this amazing makeover!

This is the final post in the series...

Suzanne started with a tired piano.


She repurposed her dining room into a den for her girls and herself.  
After painting the room, the piano became a bit of an eye sore.
Nothing some paint can't cure.

 The white is Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Old White and the aqua is CeCe Caldwell in Santa Fe.

After two coats of paint, sanding and wax this tired piano has been transformed.



Amazing!

Suzanne has made this eye sore into the focal point of the room!

Can you paint a piano?




You bet!  

There is no reason that you need to live with furniture you do not LOVE.

A big thanks to Suzanne for sharing her project and reminding us all of the power of paint!

Sharing with Miss Mustard Seed

Have a great day and be sure to follow along on FB!

XO-

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3 comments:

Between Blue and Yellow said...

So fun!! Looks so good in their room. Great job, I'm sure that wasn't easy.

MaytagNMom said...

Nothing like a Turquoise Piano... VBG!

Nice job!

Thanks for sharing with us, and it's always great to see creative minds at work. :)

Visiting from Furniture Feature Friday@ Miss Mustard Seed's linky party
Smiles,
Suz @MaytagNMom
NW Illinois
~~My Current Project At The Party~~

ReFunkMyJunk said...

CeCe Santa Fe Turquoise goes with everything! Love that you were brave enough to paint a piano!

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