February 26, 2012

Furniture Makeovers and Booth Pics

Hi friends!
I have been busy, busy getting several pieces of furniture ready for my front booth at Old Bank Antiques - Lake Martin.  I thought I would miss having all of the white stuff, but I really like the way it is shaping up.  There are still lots of smalls in the photos. I planned on moving many of them to my downstairs booth, but they had just refinished the hardwood floors on the stairs so I couldn't get there. It took the best part of two days to get it all changed up and I think another couple of hours worth of tweaking will do it.
I will try to get photos of my booth downstairs next week. It got a makeover too.


This turned out great


 I remembered to get a before pic after I started painting!!
I always have a little helper close by  : )


I like how the original green paint shows in the distressed areas


Washed canvas, French stencil, gray paint, 
and tea was all it took to make this



My favorite!
A French Style Dresser with a new French Finish.
  Ooh-La-La!!!


Love how the Annie Sloan French Linen
looks next to the dark waxed natural wood

For more pictures you can check out the album on my facebook

20 comments:

  1. Oh-It looks so nice and I love your little helper! That dresser is beautiful! xo Diana

    ps. If you get a chance pop over to my blog and check out my new word giveaway!

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  2. I LOVE that french dresser! I need to drop by your booth....tell me where it is on Lake Martin and when my sister and I go to her lake house in April for girl's weekend I'd love to look it up.

    Can't wait to see your downstairs room!
    Judy

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  3. Great pieces, Rhonda! I love the stencil you did on that bench.

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  4. What pretty pieces Rhonda...so fresh and ready for the nicer temps.

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  5. Everything looks wonderful, Rhonda! I am in love with the french dresser. Hugs, Sherry

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  6. Rhonda,
    Looks outstanding!!!! The china cabinet and french dresser will be going out that door SOON:) Looking forward to seeing booth #2.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  7. Rhonda, you have been busy. I'm sure your space looks fantastic.

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  8. Your furniture is stunning! I love the dresser with the drawers left natural. Everything is so yummy!

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  9. Great job! I LOVE them all but that first piece is my favorite!!

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  10. All your pieces are beautiful. I especially love the french dresser.

    Janet

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  11. I love what you did. I think both the chest and bench are fantastic.

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  12. All three pieces are yummy! But the dresser is my favorite! Great job!

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  13. Love that dresser! I just used that same color in my bathroom. Didn't like it at first, but it's definitely growing on me.

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  14. Those pieces are divine! Newest linky follower here...This project would be perfect for our linky party featuring "Transformations" called Repurpose-Remodel-Reveal, I know our readers would love to see it too! (It starts Friday, March 2nd 2012 at 7:00 am MST and reoccures every 1st and 3rd Friday)

    -Whitney @ TheRoosterAndTheHen

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  15. Hi Rhonda! What beautiful pieces! You really have a knack for choosing lovely, unique pieces of furniture and giving them just the right finish! Thank you for the inspiration!
    Best Wishes and Blessings,
    Amanda

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  16. I love this bench. These pieces are abosolutely beautiful!

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  17. Love the table re-do. Quite elegant.

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  18. Loved looking at your booth on FB. I have been playing with ASCP and really like it! Today at Angels a couple offered me 1/2 price on a desk and chair I just painted - because she wanted to strip and repaint it blue. I told her I had more invested in the paint than her offer! And I just put it in the booth! She then got a lecture on the quality of ASCP...repaint it???NEVER!

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