From Shabby to Chic

I found this cute little table at the Good Will years ago for $20!
I thought it was about time I painted it!
I used Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint
Granite on the top
Old White on the base
Duck Egg on the drawers
No need to wax or sand….
just wipe down to remove dust….
AND you are ready to paint!
Per Annie Sloan’s book….I painted right over the hardware!
and there she is painted w/ 2 coats in less than 1/2 hr!
I used clear wax on the whole piece and dark wax in just a few areas
Ta Da!!

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Greenville Coupon Clippers said...

Wow - I never would have imagined this! Beautiful.

Robyn @ Robyn's Nest said...

What an amazing transformation! Great combo of colors. Robyn

Junky Vagabond said...

Very pretty! And thanks for the close up of the brush strokes in the paint (for those of us who are using home made chalk paint).

Emmy said...

Oh I love it! It looks so amazing!

Reno and Reorganization said...

l love this dresser. I am a new follower vis "You're talking too much."
Donna G.

Saundra Frioux said...

Wanted to know if you stripped off the clear coat and stain before you painted?

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