6.10.2010

Antiqued Sofa Table

I just love the way this one turned out!

This was my first complete piece that included glazing. I wanted to bring a different look to the previous-traditional look of this sofa table. Unfortunately, I didn't get a good before shot. It was your typical, dark/cherry wood.

Here is a half-way-through the process shot.




Does that count?

I added some new hardware and this is the result!







You can see all the details on my website!
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5 comments:

  1. I like the piece! The color goes so well with the structure of the table. Cute blog you have here! I'll be sure to follow and check back for more updates!

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  2. Very pretty piece. I like the color selection. Cute kids!
    Dropping by from Met Monday; 18ft Island Kitchen.

    Allison
    Atticmag

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  3. This is a truly wonderful transformation. So creative and clever!

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  4. Love this! You did a really great job. I've done similar treatments in the past. At first it seems a little scary but ends up being not too hard with fantastic results! Nice work.

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  5. looks great- i love the details on that table! they look great with the distressing.

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