These affordable nighstands were such a good find. Although the orignal finish was a little too dull for my teenage client:)
We updated the nightstands by painting them in a cooler tint called Barrier Reef by Dunn Edwards. I love this color sea foam green with a hint of gray. The semi-gloss finish makes this pair super chic and shiny!
I could not be happier with the way these look after a powder coat of paint.
I can not wait to see them in the room layered with pink paint, bubbled glass knobs, white sheer curtains, and small lucite lamps.
If you are considering doing custom paint on a pair of nightstands like these, I recommend buying them in the Country Brown which is the least expensive finish. Plus, they are well made. Then, you can do whatever you want with the color. They are a blank canvas, have fun with them!
I don’t care if Monday’s blue…
This week has been such a beautiful one. It started with the misty rain and ended with a sweet redo!
This table used to be yellow with rustic country charm. We had been using it much like a garden table filling it up with plants, watching as it quickly became dusty with soil. This little table is an antique, but was in no condition to be restored. I still liked the grace of it’s lines and the keyholes. A collector once told me it was probably a 1920’s wash table with a mirror attached. I always saw it’s original potential.
I think I like the pale pistachio paper and pink birds even more against the white.
I’ve been building a replacement for the garden, inspired by this tiny photo.
Now, I wouldn’t dare to set a dirty potted plant on this lovely white!
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Happy Friday, folks!