Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Flow Blue Spindle Table


Last week while looking through CL I spotted this spindle leg table/desk and knew it should come home with me.  
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The front of the table has a drawer,  so this could also be a desk and I am in love with the legs!  The legs are what I noticed int the CL picture.  I mixed up Flow Blue milk paint by Miss Mustard Seed  and got to painting.  After the two coats of paint had dried, I scraped the chips of paint away and sealed the table with clear wax. 




Chippy Goodness! 


Old rusty coffee can 

LOVE the spindle legs! 




This is such a pretty blue! 


This table will be at Mes Amis Vintage and Antique Show this week.  

Linking up with:
missmustardseedsmilkpaint
savvysouthernstyle
mysalvagedtreasures
theblissfulbee

28 comments:

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    1. Thank you Linda-trying to get things done for the show this week-busy busy!

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    1. Thank you Martina-it is a very cute table and perfect to bring to a show!

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  3. Perfect! I love those legs too :)

    xo

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    1. Thank you Rue-The legs are the best part of the table!

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  4. What a gorgeous shade of blue! I really love this piece of furniture...it's those spindly legs, something I am not known for!

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  5. Thank you Marigene-I love the legs too and I do not have spindly legs either!

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  6. Oh, it would look so pretty with various plants on it!
    Brenda

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    1. Thank you Brenda-plants would look good on the table-I love blue and green together!

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  7. Cute! I am trying to get my nerve up to try milk paint. You are encouraging me! Thank you

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    1. Thank you Paige-I love using milk paint but it does have a learning curve, but is worth it!

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  8. Love the blue and the little table. You pick up the best deals.

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    1. Thank you Sugar-the table is a cutie! Did you see the transformed baskets? I know you had asked about them.

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  9. I really like the blue, and I'm sure you will sell it quickly.

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    1. Thank you Su-it is an easy table to take to the show since it is so light

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  10. I love those spindle legs too! And that blue is so pretty. Great job. :) Julie

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    1. Thank you Julie-the legs are the best part of the table!

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  11. Love it! The Flow Blue color is stunning and once again, you styled it beautifully. Sweet rusty old coffee can!

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    1. Thank you Marie-I think the color is sunning too! The rusty coffee can was a good find too!

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  12. I have a table very similar to that one and it is an old Ethan Allen piece. I love the color you used. I think mine needs a new color.

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    1. Thank you Kim-I think this blue would look great with your style and house-go for it!

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  13. This turned out great! Found legs like these a couple of years back and wondered what might have been on top! It's now a garden planter but I would have preferred your table!

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    1. Thank you -I am in love with the legs-wish I could say the same about mine! ha ha

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  14. You made it beautiful! Love the color and the chippy goodness. Thanks for sharing at Vintage Inspiration Party.

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    1. Thank you Betsy-I am loving this blue!

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  15. Gorgeous makeover! I"m a sucker for anything spindled. Thanks for linking up to our April Pretty Preppy Party!

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    1. Thank you Sarah-I am a sucker for a gorgeous pair of furniture legs too!

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