Friday, July 22, 2011

French Provencial Meets European Chalk Paint

 I finally finished another chalk paint project. I found these three tables at a Boy Scout Troop garage sale earlier this summer. I was fortunate enough to only pay $15 for all three. They were pretty scratched up, but I was prepared to sand and paint.  Until I got my Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. Then all I had to do was paint!
I used old white and clear wax.  Here are the results:

Some moderate distressing and I think they turned out gorgeous.
They are now waiting for a new owner at Lone Elm Antiques.

Thanks for looking! I love your comments,

Linking to:


Domestically Speaking


  1. I love your little tables... And I swear it's not only because they are French like me!

  2. Love these table, great legs and detail. Thanks for sharing with my newbie party.

  3. Wow! The lines, beauty and function of these pieces....all for $15! That's better than Christmas!

    I'm your newest follower.

  4. what a sweet set! they look beautiful now! totally french chic!

  5. Super cute! I think I'll try this on two of my end tables!

  6. I have those same tables sans the coffee table. I haven't decided what to do with them yet. But now I know what they will look like white. Found you at DebbieDoos


  7. I love these! Great work! Do you have an etsy shop?

  8. Great find. You did a great job coz they look good!

  9. I want to shop where you shop! What great finds and I love the off white chalk treatment. Perfection. Thank you for linking them to BeColorful's Motivated Monday. I hope you will visit and link up again.

  10. I want to shop with you too I would have the table as a bench at the end of our bed and use the stands beside our bed!!!