I'm back today to share a few more makeovers that I've been working on lately. This vintage coffee table- end table set was in excellent condition and had so much potential. It was just waiting to be updated and lightened with a coat of paint. This whole set sold within a minute after posting on a trading site!
Hey there! This weekend I ventured out to a few sales in search of vintage furniture to paint. I was lucky enough to come across some great pieces to bring home!
First up is this little $20 bookshelf that I turned into a side table for our living room. It's a perfect fit beside our sofa.
This piece replaced a taller round drum table that we've had awhile; so it's nice to have a different look in a room we use everyday.
For this makeover I went with a light gray distressed finish.
This week I'll be sharing more furniture finds!
This well-loved highchair was one of the many weekend finds that I shared about last week. I wanted a distressed and worn look for this piece- to help add a little vintage charm.
I couldn't be happier with the way it turned out.
Here's what it looked like before.
Now, it's just waiting for my daughter to dine.
Enjoy the rest of your week!
Sharing at The Vintage Nest, French Country Cottage, and The 36th Avenue.
This weekend I had a chance to go estate sale shopping. It's one of my favorite pastimes when we had the antique store, so I couldn't pass up the opportunity.
It's usually hit or miss at most sales, but I scored when I found this vintage highchair for $20. I can't wait to paint and distress this piece!
Sharing at Cedar Hill Farmhouse, Coastal Charm, Savvy Southern Style, A Stroll Thru Life, French Country Cottage, and Imparting Grace.
Hey there, it's been awhile! I am so excited to share with you what I worked on over the weekend! I inherited this antique empire buffet from my beloved grandmother last year. I originally planned to keep the natural tiger oak wood but it was just too orange for my taste. The piece had a few veneer issues that clearly needed covered. With a little hesitation I finally decided to bite the bullet and just paint the piece white.
I decided to distress the piece and update the hardware.
It's new home will be in one of the upstairs bedrooms. Our future plan for the room will be a playroom for Eleanor and the buffet will serve as a TV console and extra storage.Pin It
Have a great day!
I'm sharing at Coastal Charm, Stone Gable, Savvy Southern Style, A Stroll Thru Life, French Country Cottage, The 36th Avenue, and Imparting Grace.
Welcome to our home. I just love this joyful time of year, but how can it already be the last month of the year! Today I'm sharing our Christmas home tour. Let's start with the front entry gold tree.
This year we decided to place the living room tree in our dining room since we have a curious little-one trying to undecorate our trees. I incorporated black and white plaid, red, and natural greens in our dining room this year for a fun and festive feel.
Mommy's little helper...
Heading upstairs we have a small tree with a few of Eleanor's ornaments mixed with birds and nests for a natural theme along with a little red wagon.
Thanks for stopping by today! Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas.
Here's last years Christmas Home Tour if you missed it.