Have you ever had great intentions for a project and failed at every turn? This coffee table was one of those. It is not wood, it’s some sort of plastic or mdf board but it has great lines. It had been covered in a world map design but the color scheme wasn’t right for the shop where I sell my furniture.
I covered it in my own white chalk paint on a beautiful sunny day outside on my driveway. I went inside for about 5 minutes and during that time a heavy rain storm creeped in and ruined my white paint! Ugh…Several sanding and paint sessions later – I was finally done with it. What is funny about it is that it sold first thing the morning I took it to my shop space. (The shop owner bought it!) 🙂
I may have already shared the above dresser with you but I really like the two toned paint pallet and the painted hardware.
This is a dining set that I finally moved out of my garage and refinished. I have been clearing out the garage one piece at a time (just to fill it up again).
The customers that frequent the Lazy Daisy love dining tables! I expanded my retail space even further since I last talked about it here. Having one large piece as a focal point in front of the mantel helps compliment the little stuff.
I actually moved this desk into Luke’s room. I didn’t sand it before painting it in chalk paint and I noticed that the finish was chipping off pretty easily. I ended up sanding down the top and staining it. I like stained tops on most furniture pieces (if you hadn’t noticed).
This is my night stand –
I can never find the right size of table to put next to my bed. This one is a little too small – it is actually cluttered with books and junk right now.
Well, that is what I have been up to.
Hope all is well with you and please come back next time! 🙂