After searching Craigslist, thrift stores, and everywhere in between, I found this table at Marshall’s…when I didn’t even go to Marshall’s looking for a table.
Isn’t that how it always goes??
This table was the perfect width for my entry. And I almost passed it up too. Then this picture flashed in my mind:
A Ballard Designs table for 4 bones. $400.
And I paid $100 for mine. Go ahead and scream…I did.
I bought a sample size of the most beautiful Antibes Green Annie Sloan’s paint for $9.99. I debated on getting the quart but at $38 and not really wanting an entire house of green furniture, I stuck with the 4oz sample size and prayed to the paint gods that it would cover the entire table.
And down to the last drop of paint, the table looked like this:
And distressed with american walnut colored stain:
Here she sits, partially styled. I’m looking for more industrial lamps and a couple Fu Dogs (thanks to Angie for introducing those to me!)
Antibes Green is the most perfect vintage green I’ve ever found!