I made a few changes in my studio. It's been looking extremely dull lately, so I wanted to pretty it up. I used it a lot over the winter, but I'm only using it for small projects now. During the spring and summer, I do most of my work in the garage. So, I went through my stash of oops paint, and painted the walls.
After that, I decided to change the top of my "Firescreen Table", and move it into the studio. Something pretty to look at while I work. In October, I had it in the living room. It had a dark top, and more of a dry brush paint treatment.
I gave it a thick coat of creamy paint, and changed the top to a slab of granite. I like the thicker top, and the rough edge.
As you can see, my roses are blooming.
Now, I need to do some more rearranging, and get a few project done. See ya soon.
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This is a pretty table and I still want your chippy white urn. It is gorgeous! Thank you for your sweet comments!
Your roses are so pretty.I love this time of the year when everything is blooming.It all looks so pretty.
How beaauutiful! Very classy:)ReplyDelete
how refreshing...and simply lovely! ;)ReplyDelete
Oh Rosemary, this is so beautiful!! I just love your style!ReplyDelete
Your transformation came out wonderful! love it:) Hugs MarilouReplyDelete
Your roses are just beautiful! Love that table too.ReplyDelete
What a beautiful vignette, Rosemary. I adore those pink roses amongst the gray and white!! :)ReplyDelete
A lovely vignette, Rosemary!ReplyDelete
I love your pretty papery pink roses and they go really lovely with that table you made from a firescreen. Sheer genius, that table!ReplyDelete
the granite makes a great tabletop and your roses are amazing!ReplyDelete
happy mothers' day :)
The table is awesome and so unique. Love the granite top. Perfect blooming rises too.ReplyDelete
very very pretty!!!!ReplyDelete
This belongs in a magazine! Very nice!ReplyDelete
I love the table and roses are so pretty. With that view, when you do work in the studio, you should really be inspired.ReplyDelete
So lovely Rosemary! As usual!!ReplyDelete
This is so pretty and I love your roses! I currently have some red roses in my house but next up will be pink they are just so charming.ReplyDelete
Beautiful roses and I love the granite top on the Firescreen Table. It changes the entire look of the table!ReplyDelete
Happy Mother's Day, Rosemary!
I like it so much better this way too. The thicker top gives it a perfect balance. Love your pretty pink roses. Yep, we're on the same page here:-) Enjoy your creative weekend.ReplyDelete
Well the wall color is certainly not an "oops paint" now ~ gorgeous. I love both looks on the firplace screen table, Mary's right it does belong in a magazine.ReplyDelete
Love love the pretty pinks...the entire makeover! Stopping by to visit and to see what creative ideas you have to share. You never disappoint! Wishing you a lovely weekend! Hugs, LorettaReplyDelete
I love you Rose and your Roses.....ReplyDelete
A beautiful room to get your "creative" on! Have fun :)ReplyDelete
The firescreen table is so pretty, and so are your roses.ReplyDelete
This is a picture worthy of being painted by a great artist.
You are such a doll.
Beautiful roses...Love that firescreen table and so wonderful that you placed it in the studio so you can enjoy its beauty while you work...ReplyDelete
Your beautiful roses are the crowning touch to the wonderful little table! Have a great weekend~ReplyDelete
Beautiful times 3! I especially like the granite top to your table.
Lovin' this!!! and everything you do!ReplyDelete
This little vignette is adorable, and your roses are beautiful. They look like 'Sterling' roses, a beautiful lavender color with an out of this world rose scent? I, too, love that granite piece!
Happy Mother's Day to you, as well!
I love that table. It looked pretty great before too. Very nice sketching of the chandy.
Your projects are always so interesting to watch.
I can imagine what a feast for the eyes your garage must be!
Eileen@ Cottage Beach House
Your garage sounds wonderful. I just need to purge mine so I can work in it. lol Love that gorgeous iron table and the beautiful crystal vase and roses. Stunning. Thanks tons for joining TTT. Hugs, MartyReplyDelete