Sunday, September 11, 2011

Painted Thrift Table from This to....This...

Today I finally finished the look of a table I had started last year.  I had found the table thrifting and it looked like this.....
Then I did broken china mosaic work on it but this is the only picture I could find with the mosaic work with the table still brown.  Quite drab I think.
Now that I've painted it white it looks like this...finally.  I think its so much prettier now.

I recently also came across a white wicker plant stand.  It was free and in perfect shape.  I've untangled my philadendren plant from the basket it was in before so it looks like its having a "bad hair day"  It'll look pretty once it sorts itself out.
I like the look of the 2 light pieces in my diningroom.
Don't you love it when a project finally is finished?  I sure do.... Judi xoxo

8 comments:

Theresa said...

Beautiful dear Judi, love the white table with the mosaic design on top! The white wicker is a beautiful addition:) Have a blessed evening, HUGS!

Neabear said...

Awesome job on the mosaic! I think I may try it sometime...but don't have anything to try it on yet. Guess I should just practice on something, anything first. Love your header picture too!

~Linnea

Hazel said...

The mosaic table is lovely ,that is one craft I have never tried after seeing your table I just may ,Great job .

Nancy McCarroll - Arts, Crafts and Favorites said...

You did such a nice job with the table. It looks so pretty! What a transformation.

Marilyn said...

WOW.... Beautiful!! I adore the wicker plant stand!!
Have a Wonderful Week!!
Marilyn

Shelia said...

Morning Judi! OH, look what you've done! I love it. Your mosaic on your table is beautiful and the little wicker is so pretty too.
No fair no fair - those temps would be delicious!
Have a good week, sweet friend,
Shelia ;)

Julie said...

That mosaic is gorgeous, Judi!!! You can work magic with that technique!!!They white peices add so much to your room!!! I love your philodendron too!!!

Janet said...

I sure like your table! I've been wanting to do something like that, too! I always save any broken dishes just in case.
Blessings,
Janet