Someone had spray painted them gold. I gave them a white base, and a grey top. After that, I added a rose design, which you can find the tutorial for HERE. I just used a light touch for a faded look.
I alternated brown, and clear wax to dirty them up a little, and to finish them off.
I have an estate sale to hit tomorrow. I'll try to share as much as I can. See ya soon.
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LOVE these tables!Those are so great to have.And you gave them a great transformation!Have fun at the sale!
So beautiful makeover as always, I love faded look, tables are adorable:-)ReplyDelete
Beautiful makeover! LOVE them!ReplyDelete
The tables are lovely.ReplyDelete
Oh those tables are nice--love the technique you used on the top.ReplyDelete
Just gorgeous Rosemary!!! I love the whisper of a design on the tops...absolutely beautiful ~ hugs and love, DawnReplyDelete
Gorgeous! everything you do is fabulous! I have missed having time to sit & read your gorgeous blog.....:) chrisReplyDelete
They look amazing Rosemary! I love the rose design, I'll have to read your tutorial on that one:)ReplyDelete
Great job, as always, Rosemary!! I'm sure you will come away from that estate sale with some wonderful treasures!ReplyDelete
I have a set of nesting tables very similar to yours. I'm not using them at the moment, but I love the idea of repainting them like you did. I need a place to put them first though. ha! Yours turned out very pretty and unique, as always.ReplyDelete
Lovely tables! What a difference a little love can make =:) Good luck at the estate sale - hope you find lots and lots of cool bargains! Hugs, LeenaReplyDelete
Oh these are just exquisite. I LOVE LOVE LOVE the way you painted the base and top different soft colors. Your lace treatment is really somethings so very special!ReplyDelete
Love these, Rosemary! Beautiful job as always - and have fun at Kane!!! :)ReplyDelete
Subtle beauty as usual...nice!ReplyDelete
They look beautiful Rosemary!ReplyDelete
Beautiful Rosemary- Love the nesting tables in Gold- BUT REALLY LOVE LOVE them in the faded white-grey.. Wonderful as Usual..ReplyDelete
Love Your Blog-Karryann
These look just gorgeous Rosemary!!!ReplyDelete
Great job :)
Mighty fine Rosemary. I have estate sales to:)ReplyDelete
Wow! Time for Kane County already! If I'm in town, I'll make sure to drop on by! And those nesting tables? You really gave them a totally different.. and lovely... feel! Beautiful work!ReplyDelete
So love the new treatment of the nesting tables...ReplyDelete
Great re-do as always. Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
woow.....that´s a great job :)ReplyDelete
and do not miss......
it is FUN :)
Håkan ( The Roseman)