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Shabby Chic Table / 5 Days Of White Furniture

Wednesday, May 28th, 2014

Day 1

I’m trending white décor.

Too bad I would have to change everything in my house to get the look I’m dreaming of.

Maybe one piece at a time.

  distressed shabby white table by Petticoat Junktion

Shabby Chic Table

 

paint project Petticoat Junktion What a pretty table….right?

Except it has a lot of missing veneer on the table top.

So I decided on paint. Surprise!!

I purchased this table when I went shopping with my friend Beth.

We shop flea markets and junk shops for thrifty finds.

No new stuff for us.

white table Petticoat Junktion

  I used Reclaim Off-White for the finish.

Not too white and not too tan.

sea shells on a shabby white table Petticoat Junktion

  We gathered the large sea shells on our trip to Kodiak Island to visit our daughter and her family.

distressed shabby chic white table Petticoat Junktion

  I did a little distressing by hand where the veneer was missing on the top.

white shabby chic distressed table Petticoat Junktion

  I dry-brushed the leg columns and thought that was a great look but then decided the table looked too choppy so I distressed the feet…..really heavily….so they would match the leg columns.

For the heavy distressing on the feet I used an electric sander.

So……what do you think?

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30 Responses

  1. Vicki says:

    Love the white distressed table. Especially how you graduated the distressing from teh top down. Very nicely done!

  2. Jeanine says:

    I really like the look!! What a cute table.

  3. Andrea Burke says:

    I love it, however, I think I would have not distressed the feet so much….but, this is my kind of table!…I love your little end tables, occasional tables and half tables and side tables! Especially in love with the metal paints, like silver! THOSE are my faves….!!!

  4. chris aka monkey says:

    i like this table and really like the paint job on it… well done xx

  5. Sandy says:

    Love it! Your blog was my inspiration to start collecting and painting old furniture finds!

  6. Stephanie says:

    I love it!!

  7. regina says:

    A major improvement!

  8. Denyse says:

    Beautiful! ❤️

  9. Beth says:

    Kathy this looks so great. I love the white. It looks so cute. :)
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  10. Patty says:

    I love what you did, I think the distressing is perfect. I wish I could work up the nerve to do some of my tables. I have had them from 20 to 40 yrs, some I bought some are hand-me-downs, but all were antique when I got them and I’m just kind of tired of them. I love the white and think it would certainly brighten this place up a lot.

  11. Dawn says:

    Love it in white. Pinning for sure.
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  12. kathy says:

    I love the off-white look! I would rub the base with dark wax so it would have the darker wood showing through like the spindles. I really like how you paint your furniture, mine never has such a smooth finish as yours!

  13. Prissyville says:

    Oh man that’s pretty! Perfect wear and distress. Perfect staging too (which is what caught my eye). Stopped in from Miss Mustard Seeds Friday Linky Party!

  14. Quandie says:

    Absolutely love it! I think the uber-distressing is what makes this piece so awesome. Straight out of Jeanne d’Arc!

  15. valarie says:

    WHAT DO I THINK? WHAT DO I THINK? oops sorry to yell, but once again you have BLOWN ME AWAY!!! GORGEOUS!

  16. Deana says:

    That is gorgeous!! I love the super worn look.
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  17. Your table is super cute! I found you via TatorTotsAndJello’s party! I’m going to look around your blog a bit! It looks like we have some common interests! I love junking and renovating any piece of furniture that will still for me, too! :) :)
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  20. I have a 1/2 moon table that has a veneer missing from the back corners…less than 1/2 inch each…I was going to fill, stain, etc…so I could have a wood top and creamy legs…but this is an inspiration…I may even pick a little more veneer! Saw is on MMS…thanks for sharing…Coreen
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  22. Wow. You really have a good eye. I love what you did with this piece. You must be very happy with it. ;)

  23. I love the table. I normally like the dark finish on old furniture. This one is exceptional the white is perfect.
    janice

  24. Sette Design says:

    I love the look and the photos you took. The contrast is what is great!

    Cheers,
    Natalie
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  25. Carolyn says:

    I have some old items, I’ll have to try some of your suggestions.

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