Thursday, September 12, 2013

French Country Provincial

I'm a little obsessed with French Provincial these days. I had some left over paint from this piece. The one I stole my boyfriend's knobs off of his vanity shame! It sold quickly so I decided to do another one in the same color scheme.....Aubusson and Graphite mix with accents of Old White minus the five fingered knobs.

 These pieces were a joy to work on because they were in near perfect condition. I have decided I'm done with pieces that need a ton of work before the fun part begins. Maybe it's just the humidity?

Unfortunately no before pics, ugh, not happy! But here's the other one.

I used a new to me wax on this, Fiddes and Sons, and loved it! I found it glided on super smooth with no "haze" that I sometimes find with using Annie Sloan's clear wax on dark pieces. Don't get me wrong, I love that wax too but for darker colors this will be my new go to.

 The interior is spotless and I love the wood against the slate blue!
I also did up the matching nightstand too!

Happy weekend and hopefully happy flea market and estate sale finds!!

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Susan D said...

This piece is absolutely gorgeous!

Suzan Sweatman said...

What a fantastic transformation !!!
I love french provincial too - what an amazing job you did - she just " purrs " now !
Have a great wknd

Wendy said...

This is so pretty! I love the colors!

Anonymous said...

This is gorgeous. The color is fantastic!!!!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Just gorgeous!

Chris said...

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bec said...

great job..happy to have found your blog!
Bec x

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