1.17.2013

Tiny Table Transformation.....again



Y'all know I am C R A Z Y when it comes to painting. I can't just paint a piece one time and leave it alone. Oh, no. I also have a habit of having more than one project going at a time. Last year at this time the sun room was being painted by me while Mr. Savvy added the beadboard wallpaper and trim in the powder room and then I had to paint that room. This year is no different.


I started stripping paint from a sofa table over a week ago and it is still not finished, but sweet Mr. Savvy is going to finish it this weekend for me. Then I painted this little table, that I am showing you now, in about thirty minutes one day last weekend. And if that wasn't enough I have finally started a much larger paint project that I never got to last year. If you follow me on Facebook I have been sharing snippets of the progress.

As you can see this table has many layers. The original color was a yellow like my breakfast room table. I purchased both tables painted that way. Then I painted this little table Aubusson in Annie Sloan chalk paint.

Well, I decided to paint it black with Miss Mustard Seed's milk paint in Typewriter this time.

I then highlighted the details with gold and love how it turned out.

A little wet sanding and then a coat of wax and voila.








You'll have to wait and see where I'm using it.

See you tomorrow for my guest post series. I want my guest poster's closet. Just wait till you see it.

Joining the following:
French Country Cottage
Miss Mustard Seed


59 comments:

  1. Love all the layers of color on that sweet little table, Kim. :)

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  2. Love the black finish. Can't wait to see where you put this! I know how these paint projects go. One thing leads to another ! Thank you for joining my blog. www.littleputtylittlepaint.blogspot.com

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  3. I could sure get you some NEW things to paint, if you would like!! LOL! ;) Looks great, as always, Kim. blessings~ tanna

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  4. Very pretty, Kim. Love the gold highlights on the detailed areas. They really stand out.

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  5. Fantastic! I love all the layers and the chippy-ness! Wanna come paint at my house? I have some floors that you could paint until your heart is content. ;) Beautiful table, Kim!

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  6. Kim that looks fabulous!! The more layers the better in my book:)

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  7. Wow! That is gorgeous!. I loved the first paint job but this is even better. Patti@OldThingsNew

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  8. Oh Kim, I absolutely LOVE this make-over! You've just gave me my inspiration for a little dresser that I have waiting for a make-over!! Don't work too hard and enjoy your day, Gail

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  9. I loved that table when you painted it blue, but now it's even better!! All the layers showing through makes it look like it's been around a long time. Love the look!!
    Mary Alice

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  10. Love all of the layers and the beautiful details on this table!

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  11. Kim, love the table. If you don't mind me asking what type of wax do you use and where do you purchase it? Can't wait to see what all you are working on. Have a great day, even though it is raining and getting colder. Sheila

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  12. This little table is great. What a beautiful job you did on it!

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  13. Love this Kim! The layers are gorgeous!! I'm gonna have to skip around your blog and get caught up on what you have been up to. I have been out of the blog world for awhile! :)

    Lou Cinda

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  14. Oh I like the redo a lot better. Can't wait to see where you use it. Hugs, Marty

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  15. What a great little makeover! The black wih the blue peeking thru is really fabulous! I love the gold you added as an accent too! Very Pretty! I can't wait to see where you are using it :o)
    ~Des

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  16. I'm a sucker for a layered paint finish. I LUV this, Kim. The finished effect is gorgeous.

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  17. You are always working on something Kim, and this is another beautiful example of your painting skills!

    Kat

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  18. Very pretty, Kim. That table is loaded with charm and personality after all those paint layers, and I love the gold accents.

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  19. Both colors are very pretty, Kim. Alot of character in 1 little piece! I love the affect of the layers of paint. I can't wait to see where you put it and how you use it.

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  20. Wow Kim, it looks so rich! I love it. Can't wait to see your next project!

    Debbie

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  21. Love that new color! It's very rich. The gold on the raised trim is a wonderful touch.

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  22. The table looks great! I love the hints of gold.

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  23. You sure are a painting queen, you transform pieces so fast and always make them look fantastic:)

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  24. Looks even better Kim. Love the gold accents.

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  25. WOWZER Kim! I love the way it turned out. The gold accents make it perfect! Funny thing is I have a table very similar! You can see it in my previous too posts, next to a leather chair. Mine is in it original stained wood. That happens a lot with us lol.

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  26. The more colors the better! Love the gold accenting. It really beings out the details. Super pretty Kim.

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  27. Love how the gold highlights the details and it's a great way to keep the black from looking too formal. Beautiful!

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  28. Kim, this looks great! But one question...do you ever rest? You have so many projects I do not know when you sleep!

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  29. It turned out amazing Kim! I love quick make overs!

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  30. You are definitely a painting fool! Take a rest and enjoy your hard work! Table looks great!

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  31. I can't wait to see where you use the table. I love that the more you paint something the more cool layers you can get.

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  32. That is one gorgeous makeover. I love the added gold. Beautiful!

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  33. Looks great, I love the color. You are so talented!

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  34. This is my first time seeing the little table and it's so lovely. I WANT it for myself! It looks as though it has a story to tell, but we'll never really know all its secrets. Those gold touches are perfection, Kim.

    Hugs,
    Meredith

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  35. I love all the layers showing through and the touches of gold! Wonderful job! take care, Maryann

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  36. The new look really makes the details pop. Nice job!

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  37. I love the mustard and blue peaking through and I love the metallic highlights. So cute!

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  38. Ok, this could be one of my all-time favorite paint jobs ~ LOVE the stylish combination!

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  39. This piece looks so old and if it has been painted over the years!!! You just speeded up the process. LOVE the touches if gold!

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  40. Love how this turned out! I have the same problem, I'm already planning on painting our bedroom furniture...that I painted 4 months ago :)

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  41. You do such a great job with paint. I still have my Annie Sloan paints in the cans...trying to get brave enough for the project I have in mind. I'm sure you would whip through it in a couple hours...for us...it may take weeks!

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  42. I wish I had as much commitment as you do to finish projects dealing with paint! This little table turned out great.

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  43. Love, love, love your projects! Your pieces turned out beautifully. I enjoy refinishing furniture pieces as well, and I can really appreciate the intensity of the project!! New follower!

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  44. I just love how all the layers work together. You are the master of the paint and repaint!!

    Lynn

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  45. Would you pretty please, send some of your painting energy my way??? lol Love the table and can't wait to see where you use it.

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  46. I'm fond of the typewriter shade, so I'm liking the after.

    Bliss

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  47. I love this table, the change makes a huge impact. Love the color, can't wait to see where it finds a home.

    Cynthia

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  48. Kim,
    I really like the table in the black. Great job, I need some inspiration to get going on our master bedroom!
    Karen at Garden, Home and Party

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  49. Hi Kim, Wow, the black looks fantastic! I love the gold details, just perfect. Thanks for your lovely blog!

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  50. I love the black with the other colors peeking through...I may have to try this! So pretty with the gold accents! Fantastic job!

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  51. Oh, so pretty, Kim! I love the gold details :) Can't wait to see where you put it.. How about my house LOL!!
    xo
    Angelina

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  52. Now I really love the new color!!!...You and a paint brush are truly great friends!!!...Great job Kim!!

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  53. Kim I love all the layers! It looks authentic!
    xx
    Anne

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  54. How did I miss this "little" table? I love it both ways but adding the black is a great complement with the gold accents.

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  55. I love the gold details and how the other layers are all showing through!

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  56. Popped over from MMM. What a sweet little table. That blue and gold is a perfect color combo.

    Small House / Big Sky Donna / White Oak Studio Designs / SW Michigan
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  57. kim I can't believe you did this table in 30 minutes. i guess after doing so many pieces you are on expert now. Just love the golds on it also. your very talented

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Thanks so much for stopping by. I do appreciate all your lovely comments...Kim

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