6.28.2012

Bold.Green.Table

Let me start off this post by saying, holy HOT!  I'm glad I'm inside taking photos today and not outside painting - it's 95 degrees and humid, certainly not ideal painting temps!

I just wrapped up a fun custom project. A client of mine recently dropped off a pine side table. It was one of those 'build it yourself' kits.  It was gifted to her by a family member - and with the right paint, she thought it could make the perfect entryway table for her new home.

She requested Annie Sloan's Antibes Green paint.  Such a bold statement color!  We decided to pair it with some old white accents and generous amounts of distressing & dark wax.  The combination gave it the aged look we were going for.  And I love the new hardware she found from Anthropology!









Here are a few photos I initially staged outside.





This little table is going up against a navy blue wall in her entryway - talk about a BIG statement - such a fun way to greet your visitors!

Linking up to:
Embracing Change
Decorating Insanity
Miss Mustard Seed

18 comments:

  1. I love this on so many levels. I wish I was cool enough to pull off! This would look phenom in my navy blue living room!! Inspired. That's for sure!

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  2. Oh my word! The first link in my party that caught me eye... I knew it was you! I love this piece! The green is bold and fun and the distressing is just tight. Such beautiful details. I just love it. You hit the nail on the head everytime! Wow!
    Stacey :)

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  3. I hopped over from MMS today.

    I do love the Antibies (and cream and green color combo) because I too, LOVE bold colors. Your paint job AND staging are wonderful well.

    I just painted a vintage dressing table in ASCP Emperor's Silk (red) and a sage green. It's pretty bold too! Hope you have a minute to get on my blog and maybe check it out.

    Small House / Big Sky Donna
    http://smallhouseunderabigsky.wordpress.com

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  4. Well, that piece is just lovely! Well done with the fab color, too:)

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  5. Very fun! Another color I haven't tried yet. I think it wll really pop against her navy wall. I love all the distressing and antiquing!

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  6. I love this! Classic but fun :) Awesome job!

    http://mulberrycreationscanada.blogspot.ca/

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  7. Absolutely stunning and will be even moreso against a navy wall! Gorgeous!

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  8. Wow. That Green is fabulous! Is that old white on the accents? love the placement of the accent painting.

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  9. It might be hot there, but that side table is hot 'cha 'cha! Thank you for linking it up with Hot Fun in the Summertime, oh and I see you get brownie points from me...thanks!

    ~Bliss~

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  10. Fabulous bold color, and you accented it beautifully.

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  11. Thanks so much for linking up to the Hot Fun in the Summertime blog party. Your project is wonderful. I love the green you chose. Have a great weekend.

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