Sunday, October 16, 2011

A Long Time Coming

Seems like I've been working on this table and chairs forever ~ I'm sure it was
at least six weeks, if not longer.  Again, I forgot to take a before picture, but
I can tell you the chairs are oak along with the table top and the bottom of
the table was hunter green.
Here it is now.

Some of these pictures were taken in my living room, where I do most all of my painting.
Unfortunately, my house is so small, this is the only place I can paint at this time
of the year or take any pictures.

I set the table with these lovely fall dishes I found at a yard sale this summer.
They went off to the store along with the table, but I'm secretly hoping they won't sell.

I would keep them, but it's not like I need any more dishes.   

This picture was taken at the store where the table joined the other furniture for
sale in my space.

Linking with

Boogieboard Cottage for Masterpiece Monday
The House in the Roses for Show Off Your Cottage Monday
Little Red House  for Mosaic Monday
Between Naps on the Porch for Metamorphosis Monday
Dittle Dattle for Amaze Me Monday



Natasha in Oz said...

The table and chairs look fabulous. It was well worth the hard work and the wait. You did a great job.

Best wishes,

Karen said...

I'm so fortunate... or maybe my relatives and friends are more so.. but I have not known anyone (yet) who has passed away from breast cancer. Now I know that is the luck of the draw. I've seen the statistics so I know it definitely happens... more than we ever want it to. But I do think that it is encouraging that more and more women (and men) are surviving it.
BTW - Your home is beautiful. Love the colors!!
Ladybug Creek

Sall's Country Life said...

Wow, your table turned out lovely and looks great with all the fall colors!

Shannon@vintagerestyled said...

I love the table!! Please tell me the color you used, I just love it!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

It is stunning. Love the finish. You did a fantastic job. Hugs, Marty

Charlene said...

Pretty Fall table. And I love that red screen door!!! Charlene

Sanghamitra Bhattacherjee(Mukherjee) said...

Fantastic fall post!Your table turned out great and gorgeous colours. Thanks for sharing.
Hope to see you on my blog:)

Cyndi said...

Love your table. I too have an oak pedestal table. I sold the 4 oak country chairs...didn't like the country style. Bought 4 used chairs and refurbished them. Need to paint the table next. Great job!

A Garden of Threads said...

You did a fabulous job, they look wonderful.

Jill Harrison said...

the finished table looks great - and your store looks wonderful!
Have a wonderful week.

S said...

Nice job on the table and chairs, but how to you stand to part with them and the other pretties in your shop space.

Chlvie said...

Beautiful piece! How did you have the heart to let it go? Your space looks great.

michele said...

found you and your lovely blog via BBC and would love to have you visit and have a great giveaway at the moment!



Elaine said...

LOVE the table and chairs! Someone will fall in love with them, for sure! What great stuff you have in your space! LOVE the red door (?) and the mirror on the left! Thanks for sharing! :)

Boho Farm and Home said...

The table looks great and love those fall dishes too!

Sue said...

Love the pedestal color on the table, Cindy! Is it from the Caromal Colors line? I know that you are a fan of them. I am contemplating painting out an old square dining table and using it as a desk. This would be a great base color before the dark wax. :-)
~ Sue

Geneva said...

":o) I have that table, and it still has the original hunter green pedestal. I've been trying to decide how to refinish it for months, and seeing the way you did it really inspired me! I love your choice of colors. Yours will be gone in no time in that cute little shop. Thank you for the inspiration!

Diane said...

Saw your table picture on Pinterest and recently pinned it. I too have that type of table and chairs and have been wanting to change the color on it. Thanks for posting's great inspiration!

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