Monday, March 11, 2013

Old White and Creme De Menthe


They are done.
Finished and picked up.
They turned out pretty nice, I kinda like 'em.

They started out BLACK.
And after 2 coats of primer,
and two coats of Old White they are complete.
 There really has got to be an easier way to cover black.
If you know what it is, please share.
Along with the end tables I did a small pedestal table that I painted with Maison Blanche Creme De Menthe.  It is the exact color of Duck Egg Blue from Annie Sloan.
This is the before...kinda boring but useful.

The Creme De Menthe really looks nice.

I took a couple of different angles hoping to show the real color of the paint.
With the dark wood showing through really is pretty awesome.
I've been painting up a storm and have lots of pictures to share.
Now to just get them into the blog.

So until I do...



1 comment:

  1. I love these! How do you get the distressed look after it's painted?

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