Monday, October 29, 2012

French Country table re-do...with a bit of Chevron Fabric...

 We found a beautiful French country 
table set with 6 chairs
not too long ago...

chairs ~ before
 At first I toyed with keeping them natural...

 but in the end they ended up
 painted my favorite cottage white.
I distressed them lightly and 
we sanded down the top and gave it 
a fresh coat stain and 4 coats of varnish.
 I chose grey chevron for the seats...
 This set was going with us 
to our booth at the local 
Apple-butter Fest.
 I am happy to report it was one 
of the first things to sell!

Blessings~
Leigh Ann
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16 comments:

  1. This table and chairs are beautiful! I am sure they sold FAST! Thanks for sharing and would love to have you link up to my party!
    http://kraftykat76.blogspot.com/2012/10/gettin-krafty-with-it-halloween-eve.html

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  2. Leigh Ann,

    The table and chairs are gorgeous! I so enjoyed looking around your lovely blog, I am a new follower. Love for you to stop by www.homesweetbuterfly.com.

    Have a great day!

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  3. And, I can see why it was the first to go! It's beautiful ... you did an amzing job giving it new life!

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  4. ooh i love this set! love the shape, and finish, and i love the touch of chevron!

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  5. Good Morning Leigh Ann, I'm not surprised the table and chairs were the first thing you sold. If I lived near you I would have bought them as they would look lovely in my kitchen. Sadly, I live too far away in England. I thoroughly enjoyed your post and found you via Savvy Southern Style. I am so glad I did as I have become a new follower. Best Wishes from England...Daphne

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  6. Looks Fabulous! I'm aching to paint my chairs a buttermilk white, but they have rush seats.

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  7. I just bought two tables as projects, and this post is cementing my inspiration to stain the top, paint the rest...love it!!!

    Came over from Time Travel Thursday,

    Jan @ The Pink Geranium

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  8. The Table and chairs look fabulous! You gave them new life. Great Job!

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  9. GORGEOUS! Love the table top and that fabric... so pretty! I'm featuring your table and chairs in the Spotlight this weekend. Thanks for linking up...

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  10. This turned out just fabulous!!!
    Love that you kept the table top wood ( I never seem to do that for some reason and then I see it and think - NEXT TIME lol )
    Loving your fabric choice too!
    Hugs,
    Suzan

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  11. Lovely table! I am so inspired :) new follower!

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  12. Awesome! I have both of those fabrics awaiting a project to be used on ;-)

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  13. The table and chairs are gorgeous! I'm wanting a new breakfast room table and chairs, so I'm bookmarking this to remind me when out shopping! Thank you for sharing. Would love it if you would share this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House which goes live at 8am CST on Monday. http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com Hope to see you at the bash! Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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  14. What a beautiful set! Your choice of fabric is lovely too.

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  15. Wow, this turned out beautifully!! I love the paint treatment and the chevron fabric.

    I'm pinning now!

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  16. this is beautiful! came across this on pinterest. what stain did you use for the top?

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