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Cute Little End Table Flip

Cute Little End Table Flip

We’ve been super busy with a new expansion going on right now at Shizzle Design but I did manage to do one quick flip the other day.  This post is so short and sweet, don’t blink or you’ll miss it ~ I’m REALLY tired tonight.

This table served as a work table during the past several furniture paint workshops taught here at my home but it was time this puppy made it’s way out of here.

Omaha Ochre and Home Plate End Table over Virginia Chestnut with Smoke Signal Top Shizzle Design Grand RApids MI  CeCe Caldwell's American Paint Company 3

After parading around the house with a base coat of CeCe Caldwell’s Virginia Chestnut the past few months, I finally finished it with a mix of CeCe Caldwell’s Omaha Ochre and American Paint Company’s Home Plate.  The top is painted in APC’s Freedom Road with a simple wet distress and a coat of Clear Wax.

Omaha Ochre and Home Plate End Table over Virginia Chestnut with Smoke Signal Top Shizzle Design Grand RApids MI  CeCe Caldwell's American Paint Company 4

I’m simply sharing the pictures today because I’m pooped!

Omaha Ochre and Home Plate End Table over Virginia Chestnut with Smoke Signal Top Shizzle Design Grand RApids MI  CeCe Caldwell's American Paint Company

This table will be available soon at Not To Shabby at 2975 West Shore Drive, Holland, MI 49424 or contact me for an update.

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Opening, November 2013 ~ Details coming soon!

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a hui hou ~ Shelly

 

10 Comments
  • La Verne
    Posted at 22:31h, 17 October Reply

    How long does your wax need to “cure”? Have you ever tried a hair dryer on it?

    La Verne@hopeandsalvage.com

    • Shelly
      Posted at 23:06h, 17 October Reply

      You should allow 30 days for a freshly painted and waxed to fully cure although it can feel ret-to-go almost immediately if you buff the wax right away. It still needs time to fully cure before it’s exposed to water… Even with that, I always recommend people care for their hand painted furniture in the same way you would a fine piece of wood furniture. Use coasters… I’m not following why you’d want to use a blow dryer on our wax; it’s already very soft.

      • Patricia
        Posted at 16:28h, 18 October

        “Ret to go”? I havent heard that in like Forever. In Living Color, right? Shelly, you have GOT to slow down so e and take care of yourself or you are going to get sick. I wish you would. And hire someone to help you. Woman! You’re not a robot!

      • Shelly
        Posted at 16:59h, 18 October

        I’d hire five people if I could afford it and would quit working in a blink if I won the lottery tomorrow. Even when I’m not working, I keep myself busy with everything. I have no idea where ret-to-go originated but I say it all the time, I think I got it from my husband.

  • JaneEllen
    Posted at 00:24h, 18 October Reply

    Love your little table. Poor little thing, getting cast aside to go to another home. She’s sure cute, love the style and way you made her pretty again. Don’t work too hard.
    Is it starting to get cold up there yet? We live in western CO where it’s in 50’s during day, 30’s at night. Just that nice chill in the air. Love Fall weather. Happy days ahead.

    • Shelly
      Posted at 08:32h, 18 October Reply

      We’ve had a beautiful fall but the past few days have not been nice. The temps are only around 50 which would be fine but it’s been raining cats and dogs which chill me to the bone when everything is a damp cold. My aching joints make me feel as though I’m 100 years old on days like these. Praying for nicer weather soon… I love how this table turned out too. Can’t believe how long she wax buried under a drop cloth as all the other cute pieces came and went above her 😉

  • Danielle Driscoll (@DDSilverPennies)
    Posted at 21:31h, 26 October Reply

    The table came out great. So excited for you guys about your new studio. That is so cool! Thanks for sharing at Silver Pennies Sundays! x

  • Donna Allgaier-Lamberti
    Posted at 08:58h, 14 November Reply

    Please accept out sincere condolences on the loss of your step mother.

    • Shelly
      Posted at 09:06h, 14 November Reply

      Thanks Donna!!

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    Posted at 14:11h, 15 November Reply

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