I know I know you might be wondering that you’ve seen a makeover done on this little fella already and you guys are absoulutely Right I did paint this before. The proof is here.
The truth is I just really wanted a change even though its been less then a year, I still wanted an upgrade and after getting these beautiful colors from Country Chic Paint I just had to give this piece a re-makeover (if that’s even a word ) 😉
Since I am part of this monthly contest called Fab Flippin Furniture Contest this months theme was “Bling Bling”. So keeping that in mind I ordered these beautiful colors.
The packaging in which they come is so Cute!
The color I ordered was Sea Storm which is somewhat of a dark grey and I normally never go for anything which is remotely in the greyish tones since I like to inject color in every single piece but I knew I was going to bling this piece out with Gold hence I wanted to keep the base color a neutral tone.
The front drawers of the table which has the beautiful wood design I chose Pocket Watch Metallic Accent Cream.
Before we begin let me remind you guys how this table looked like Before.
Plain and Basic and it was time for some Bling Bling now 😉
So the drawers and the Nightstand itself got two coats of the Sea Storm.
It really didn’t need much time to dry almost in under two hours I could go ahead and use the beautiful metallic cream.
I wanted to give it that old, distressed, cottage feel look. Honestly I couldn’t believe that I would end up really loving the Sea Storm color since I know that never in my life do I ever gravitate towards Grey colors and for this piece I think it was a really good decision.
The drawer handles also got a little dabbing of the Gold metallic cream. I waited for another hour until the drawers were dry and re-attached the handles.
And that was it.
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