Thursday, October 20, 2016

Glitzy Farmhouse Style Table Makeover

Hello Darlins' it is time for another DIY Furniture Girls Makeover Day. This is one of my favorite days of the month. Fifteen amazing ladies taking furniture that was headed for the trash pile and turn them around making them stars for a home. This months theme is Glitz & Glamour. My nine dollar Goodwill before table needed plenty of filthy dirt scrubbed off to prepare for this Glitz and Glamour makeover.
Glitzy Farmhouse Style Table Before and After, Makeover, White, Gold, Milk Paint, Plaid Paints, Wax, Metallic Silver Frost Wax
After a few shades of white milk & custom milk paint and gold metallic paint this glamour girl got her beauty sleep. When I woke up I sanded the gold extremely lightly with a sanding sponge, wiped off the dust. 
Farmhouse Before and After Makeover, DIY Themed Furniture Girls Makeover Day, Theme Glitz and Glamour

Made in India hinged legs paired with antique oval mirror painted in shades of white Milk paint from Plaid.
The mirror was a wall mirror at some point but the shades of brown matched exactly to the hinged legs from India. I decided not to fix the screw holes to keep telling the story of two pieces finding their way into a pair.
Antique oval mirror with aged label, silver streaks in the mirror, white, gold, wax, roses, K doorknob, antique china tea plate from Nana


Layers of finish in Makeover, white milk paint, blended custom milk paint, metallic gold, with clear and silver frost wax

six hinge legs from india combined with mirror to create table. gilded with god and two wax finishes.
 The  details of this combined piece is what drew me to this piece. I love the time worn streaks in the mirror, the details in the legs, and the mirror still has the faded label on the back.
Pale cream roses, K doorknob, Mason Jar filled with shades of glass.white and gold trimmed tray accessories on Before and After Glitzy Farmhouse Table Makeover

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This soft elegant lady earn her way into my heart as a glitzy farmhouse style table. We all need a little sparkle in our life, even if it is just a flash of a smile from another person. :)

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                                                     Karen Marie
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13 comments:

Susie said...

Boy, you surely did give the old girl a fancy new updo. Beautiful job, Karen! Hope you enjoy this sweet piece for many years to come. XOXO Susie from The Chelsea Project

Lucy Auburn said...

You did a great job of unifying the two pieces. I love the idea of using a mirror as a table top. Thanks for the inspiration! ;o)

Lucy Auburn said...

You did a great job of unifying the two pieces. And I love the idea of using a mirror as a table top, kind of 30s glam. Thanks for the inspiration Karen. ;o)

Lindsay Eidahl from My Creative Days said...

WOW! WHat a transformation! Very pretty!

Karin Chudy said...

A Beautiful Table, for a Beautiful lady! Its perfect! I love how the white makes it POP!
Hugs,
Karin

Amy | Canary Street Crafts said...

Beautiful makeover, Karen!

Tami Michel said...

What a unique table. It turned out beautiful!
~Tami

Kim Jones said...

Hey, Tami
Very unique piece and love what you have done with it! Yes, glamour and glitz and we all need some!
Kim @huntandhost

Jen @ Girl in the Garage said...

This is such a cool table, and it looks so much better painted!

Paula@SweetPea said...

I love the leaf details on this piece and the paint gives it a beautiful look. What a great find!

Paula@SweetPea said...

I love the leaf details on this piece and the paint gives it a beautiful look. What a great find!

Wendi Wachtel said...

Nice job The mirror made a pretty top!

Marie Blackburn said...

Look at those legs! Painting it white brings out all the details. Nice!!! Pinned to share :)