Fabric Inlaid Night Table

This little thrift store piece was the perfect candidate for a little paint and fabric!

Hi Friends! On Tuesday I shared the makeover of one VERY brown dresser. As I was just about finished painting it, I realized I had a night table that had very similar lines. So I decided to make it a set.

Here is the before:

Fabric-Inaid-Night-Stand-Before

I picked this up for $12 at the thrift store a month or so ago. I loved the hardware and thought the detail on the top drawer would really stand out after a little paint.

And I think it does…

This little thrift store piece was the perfect candidate for a little paint and fabric!

 

This little thrift store piece was the perfect candidate for a little paint and fabric!

The hardware was updated with Rustoleum spray paint in Heirloom White:

A little spray paint easily updates hardware.

To paint this piece, I used Behr’s Cottage White that I made into DIY Chalk paint. (Recipe here.) Then I sealed it with Annie Sloan’s clear wax, two coats on the top. The fabric was added lastly. See more details on how I added that here.

This little thrift store piece was the perfect candidate for a little paint and fabric!

The fabric is my favorite for furniture makeovers and can be found at Hancock Fabrics.

This little thrift store piece was the perfect candidate for a little paint and fabric!

 

This little thrift store piece was the perfect candidate for a little paint and fabric!

 

This little thrift store piece was the perfect candidate for a little paint and fabric!

Here are the two pieces together. What a pretty pair!

These thrift store pieces were the perfect candidates for a little paint and fabric!

Fabric Inlaid Dresser

The dresser was also a great deal at $60. They’ve already been delivered to my booth and hopefully they’ll have new home very soon!

Have a great day!!

XO,

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Comments

  1. Pam Klocek says:

    Hi! Love your transformations but this question is not about your projects. I would like to know where you got the window gates in your (dining room?) picture and also I would like a horse like the one you have hanging on the wall as well!!!

    Thanks for all the inspiration!!

    Pam

    • Hi Pam! The window grates were an online purchase, but unfortunately I don’t remember from where. There are many options out there though if you search for “scrolled metal panels”. The horse came from a little gift shop near me that went out of business. I actually had a store credit to use there and knew I had better get in there and use it before they closed and this horse was one of the few cute things left. Wish I could point you where to find one! Thanks so much for following along! XO

  2. Maggie M says:

    Fabulous makeovers! I love that fabric, too:)

  3. Catherine McD says:

    I have been following your blog for several months now and continue to be amazed at all you accomplish and the incredible transformations of your furniture. Thank you for sharing your ideas, projects, and straightforward advice and tips. Best of luck as you continue in your business!

  4. Christy you really do rock the white painted furniture makeovers! Gorgeous and a perfect match for the dresser. Won’t last long in your booth I’m sure.

  5. Beautiful, just beautiful! The pair is so great! I love your eye for detail, like leaving the fabric off the top drawer. Your posts are such an inspiration for me to get working on my DIY projects in the garage.

  6. Rita Spittler says:

    Another wonderful piece. I am curious about something. You, along with some of your talented blogging sisters use Rustoleum on the hardware. Is there a reason your don’t use your chalk paint and then seal it? Does the spray paint hold up better? Inquiring minds want to know. TIA, Rita Love your new, matching set!

  7. Linda Petersen says:

    I love it! Gorgeous set~~~~.You are still the best! XO

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