I posted on the progress of a coffee table I was working on a few weeks ago and received much interest. I have to do first come first serve in these matters. I’ve learned this from experience that holding a piece just doesn’t work. The piece sold the day I posted the first picture.
Here’s the progress picture:
Here are the after images:
Of course Owen had to get in a shot.
Large Mirror in background will be listed soon.
The color is ASCP Country Grey.
Debra Hunter says
Absolutely gorgeous!!!! And, the kitty is seriously photogenic! Perfect everything.
Pam Dedmon says
The table is beautiful and beautifully displayed with all your lovely accessories. Thank you for supplying the chalk paint color…very helpful
Beautiful! I have a coffee table waiting for some attention. Thanks for the inspiration!
im so happy your piece sold quickly! It’s a beauty. I have a couple questions. I’m sure you I’m sure you have answered this before, but here it goes. If a piece doesn’t sell within a certain time frame (what is that time frame. I guess this is three questions coming) what do you do to/with the piece? Repaint it, distress it a little more, lower the price….??? Second question. Even when I paint a small piece my wrist and hand start to get sore. Is there a certain technique to holding a paint brush to keep this from happening? Thank you so much for always taking the time to share your talent 🙂
Tricia Sellers says
The coffee table I gave you looks beautiful!!!! What a beautiful color you picked for it! It gave me many years of enjoyment and I hope the future owner enjoys it as much as I did. You gave it the new life and elegance it needed!!!! That is why I wanted you to get your hands on it! Your blog, style, and pics always make me smile. Glad I could give back a little.