Category: Tables

Colorful Whimsical Update for 70s Furniture



Don’t you think this week’s project could be in an ugliest furniture transformation contest?  This dated 70s end table was given to me by an acquaintance.  Challenge accepted! Since it was free and so unattractive to begin with, I felt completely free to add bold color and pattern.   I chose the decoupage paper specifically for […]

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Night Stands with Pretty Details



If you saw my desk project from last week, then you know that I recently found a local furniture thrift store and these night stands were among the pieces I picked up.  I got both for $25!  They were in pretty good shape, but we did make a couple repairs.  Here’s how they originally looked. […]

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Colorful Moroccan Tile Table



I’ve had this small accent table in my stash forever, but I didn’t have a design idea for it until Dixie Belle came out with their Colorful Tiles decoupage paper.  It all came together into this colorful Moroccan tile table. This plain little table was about to get a full makeover. Here are the products […]

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Painted Console Table | Layered Grays



Katie, a new client, brought me this vintage dusty console table to paint.  It has great lines, but the finish is damaged and definitely dated. Dark pieces like this always have the best before & after because paint shows off the details. Here are the products I used to achieve this look. Resource List: (Note: […]

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Glam Table with Gemstone Mousse



Before I jump into this glam table makeover, let me say Merry Christmas, Friends! I can’t believe we are only days away from Christmas in this craziest of years.  May it bring exactly what our hearts need just as the original Christmas did. I picked up this little table with great bones for about $11 […]

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Rustic Wood Grain Coffee Table



Today I’ve got a re-do of a previous makeover for you, taking a coffee table from a more coastal look to this rustic wood grain look.  I was able to save the faux wood grain I had previously done on the top, and re-tint it. Let’s take a look back to the original state of […]

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