Saturday, August 17, 2013


 Snagged this French Provincial Coffee Table at a thrift store a couple of months ago.  I love how the sides fold down and it's height as well!  
No before pics...forgot to snap any.  :(  Sorry!  You'll just have to imagine her a dark cherry wood with a super-high-gloss finish.  The piece was actually in great shape...all wood, too!  
No MDF Board or wood products here.  Nooo...Noooo...Nooo!  This little lady is the real-wood-deal.  Not sure how old she is...maybe from the 1950's or 1960's.  Anyway...cleaned her up, sanded her down, painted her out and added one of my favorite vintage French images!

Lightly distressed the sides and edges and then applied a protective top coat!  Tahhh Dahhh!  Done!
I had every intention of taking the table to my Booth...but....I've decided to keep her.  I like her so much better than the one I've been using!  It's slightly smaller, but taller and I've always thought it was a wee bit unbalanced for the room!  Sooo...I'll be giving my old table a tiny facelift and that one will be destined for a new home!

Hope your weekend is awesome!

Love to you...


Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Rebecca, your table turned out lovely. I peeked back a couple of posts as I missed them. Love your hubby's office and the gallery of family photos. Especially great in black and white. Congratulations on your feature in the magazine..Happy Weekend..Judy

joanne said...

ah, she's a beauty with a story to tell. So glad she has a new home with you!

Theresa said...

Oh dear! I love it! That old table looks wonderful with it's make-over! Have a blessed Sunday sweet Rebecca, HUGS!

Anne said...

What a beautiful table Rebecca! Love that French charm <3

Carolyn said...

Oh Rebecca, I love the table!!! ...and oh my!! I had to catch up and read back posts and the pics from the "magazine" you were highlighted in were so incredibly beautiful!!! Truly enjoyed looking at your updated home with all the changes!!! Very nice and also great article!! You are such an inspiration!!

Love you, dear girl!!
xoxoxo Caolyn

Trisha said...

Yes indeed, that table is a keeper. It is beautiful. Have a Blessed day, Trisha

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Rebecca
Just saw your feature in the Shabbilicious magazine, very nice and congratulations.

Mari said...

It's simply stunning my friend, I love the way you bring new life to old pieces ;-)


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