Tuesday, September 3, 2013

A Chippy Nightstand with a Paint Wash Wallpaper Twist

I'm so eager to share my nightstand creation with you to see if it's a hit or a miss. I posted some sneak peek pics on my FB page and got some "yucks" and "ewes!"

This is one of the pics.

and another

This is one of the three, glass knobs that I chose in lieu of the original, tiny, wooden ones...they're a beautiful, shade of robin's egg blue with a vintage look, all wrapped with jute twine for a rustic contrast.

 I chose a paintable, damask wallpaper to line the drawers and adorned the top with a "wash" of paint in the perfect blue to add a little more "wow."

This is a better picture of the blue color wash...it really does match the glass knobs perfectly!

Twine, jute and sheer blue ribbon with a rhinestone pin adds an unexpected touch of elegance to the mix.

Here it is in the shop....maybe someone will like it!


With white painted pumpkins with some "Shabby Glam"



Here it is with my Chippy Old Chair in my little shop space.

So, what do you think? Do "yuck" and "ewe" still apply? ;)

This is my space with some items waiting to be sold.









  Mini versions of My Two Southern Owls



 Now, here's what I'll be working on soon...it's gonna be a rustic, french country beauty!

I'll be back soon with something to share:)

Love, Hugs and Kisses,
JP 
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Visiting Southport,  N.C? stop by my booth @ the Northrop Antiques Mall

21 comments:

Suzan Sweatman said...

I LOVE it - how beautiful - in fact I love every single thing in your space!!!
XOXO

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Your shop space looks like it holds so many wonderful treasures!

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Your space looks great--love that little cabinet! That wall paper makes it extra special!

kristi enriquez said...

Yucks and ewes!!!!!!!! Wow I think its another amazing creation done by only the best!!!!

Ivy and Elephants said...

Your booth is looking wonderful! Your items are definitely not yuck, but yum! That cupboard is going to be amazing!
Hugs,
Patti

GranTurismo Driver said...

Nice post, great blog, following :)

Good Luck :)

Michele said...

Your little table is super cute and the little pumpkins are perfectly set to match the cuteness.

Your new follower.
Michele
Pearl 13.1

must love junk said...

Your space looks amazing! I wish I could shop there :)
Susan

Tammy Henderson said...

Love your space... you have it decorated to perfection everything is beautiful ...thank you so much for sharing at One More Time Events...xo Tammy

Debbiedoos said...

Awesome piece. In fact your entire space is pure eye candy! I love it.

Christy James said...

I was just getting ready to say how much eye candy there was here, but Debbie Doos beat me to it lol! Seriously beautiful things...love the little chest and how you wrapped the pretty knobs with twine, nice contrast:)

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Everything is so fresh and pretty! I love the mixture of old and new!

DIY beautify said...

I think it's super sweet! I love the shabby chippiness of it. Saw your link from Inspire Me Tuesday, where I'm also taking part :) - Cindy

Christy James said...

Hi again! I just wanted stop back by and tell you thank you for helping to make week one of our Get Your DIY on Fall Party Challenge, a success! Next week's theme is Fall Wreaths, I hope we see you again! :)

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Hello JP, the damask adds such romance to this piece - looks lovely - love the glass knobs too - I'm looking forward to seeing how your newest find will turn out! I am delighted that you shared with Home and Garden Thursday,
Kathy

Curtains in My Tree said...

well who ever commented on facebook they didn't like this sweet little chest of drawers are not shabby chic people
Its wonderful it should sell fast
I can someone using it for a
jewelry chest
a treasure chest
or silverware chest

Kathy Moody said...

JP, I love it!! Okay, I really want everything in your space!!! You amaze me each week. Keep up the fabulous work.

Thank you so much for sharing at A Bouquet of Talent this week. I am so thrilled to your talent!! Have a fabulous weekend.

XOXO
Kathy

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

I think it's a pretty little piece, Janet! You will get those who don't like the distressed look and those who do, so I imagine opinions will vary. Of course, in your booth someone who likes the distressed look will fall in love with it and you will come out the winner either way!

Tylsä Mörökölli said...

Oh, very pretty furniture and I just fell in love with the owls ♥

Lesa said...

i adore the little table....PLEASE tell me how to do a paint wash on the paper.....thank you. Shame on anyone who could think YUCK. Luv your work.

JP said...

Oh, Lesa....paint wash is just a watered down paint. The more water you use, the more transparent it becomes. Try it, it's fun!