Glass Tray-Top Table goes to Paris

      Hi friends! I've got a sweet makeover to share with you today. My mom and I went to an estate sale this summer in an old house that was is in really bad disrepair, and looked like it hadn't been updated since the day it was built. For real, y'all.  You could have put up velvet ropes at the entrances to each room and called it a museum! I'm not kidding. It creeped my mom out, but I was fascinated and quickly scooped up two tables. This is one of those … [Read more...]

Sweet Little Table Redo

This really is a sweet little table that I'm sharing today. It's also another piece I acquired from Omi. You can read more about her and her pretty sewing box makeover here. It was built by someone in her family many years ago. Here is the before: A diamond in the rough! I thought it would be the perfect little table for my downstairs bathroom. This is the bathroom our visitors use. My husband retiled it from floor to ceiling before I came along.  Although it's beautiful, it … [Read more...]

Side Table Goes Provence

  Do you love aqua as much as I do? Yes? You can be my new BFF.  No? That's okay, I love you anyway:) I really love aqua.  If it's the right shade, I want it.  It could be a doggy bowl in just the right shade and I don't own a dog...but I'm really liking the look of that bowl.  Of course it  would not come home with me...but you get my drift. I have really been itching to paint a piece of furniture in my beloved favorite color and I found just the piece. Customer Appreciation … [Read more...]

The Cutest $5 Table

I found this little table at an estate sale this summer for five bucks.  I wasn't sure what I wanted to do with it so it sat in my garage. I recently purchased a cabinet that I was thinking of painting a teal color.  The paint I'm interested in using is Annie Sloan chalk paint (ASCP) in Provence. If you don't know about the wonders of chalk paint yet (not to be confused with chalkboard paint), it is awesome because it adheres to just about any surface with NO sanding or priming … [Read more...]