I LOVE this color and it blends well with the colors in the surrounding rooms.
I brushed on two coats followed by clear and dark waxes and buffing.
I found the ironstone platters and the bowls at my favorite antique stop, The Queen of Hearts in Alpharetta.
The bowls are Homer Laughlin and I got the three for $24.
I love the scalloped edge of the bowls. Here you can see the wall painted blue with some Antibes green brushed over it here and there and then sanded.
The three vintage pitchers on top are recent ebay buys. The large one in the middle is the broken one I blogged about and I decided to place it here.
The large vintage platters were $9 each from the same antique mall as the bowls.
Here is how it looked before.
This project only took me a few minutes to paint and then I waxed it and buffed it the next day.
Such an easy way to get a whole new look.
I will show the whole new look of this area soon.
Joining the following:
Miss Mustard Seed
French Country Cottage
At the Picket Fence
My Romantic Home
Stone and Gable
Funky Junk Interiors
Between Naps on the Porch
If you need chalk paint my sponsor has flat rate shipping and they ship quickly.