Let the furniture speak

painted table annie sloan chalk paint


Just painted and stencilled this little magazine table. It was a solid silver/gold/black mix of color all over – rather a dark look to it. I decided to paint the top first and then see if the rest needed to be touched. It’s so funny how furniture talks to you and tells you what it wants.

painted table top

Stencilling with metallic silver is a departure for me since i am such a “gold” girl. But with this piece i thought it would work so i used it over annie sloan’s old white chalk paint. I am very happy with it! The old white really lightened up the piece and i am thinking that i am done…we’ll see what the client thinks!

pretty medallion in center of painted table

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2 Responses to Let the furniture speak

  1. Awesome! I love that you distressed the damask so it looks authentic.

  2. Pingback: DIY Roll Top Writing Bureau –Chalk Style Paint Makeover | Rustic Boutique

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