This fun pic from BHG has inspired me to work
on a couple of painted furniture projects this weekend.
The first is my hall tree that's similar
to this one shown above.
I have had one in my entry forever
that was painted dark green.
It belonged to my husband's Nana,
and we really treasure it and
use it everyday to hang our hats,
jackets and dog leashes.
Our first project for the weekend,
transforming the hall tree into
something really fun!
So, I headed to Peinture Studios to get some
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.
I've decided on a mixture of
Florence and Provence.
It was the perfect color combo,
and the small sample sizes were just right.
Here's some of the inspiration
from pinterest that got me going...
This perfectly gorgeous turqouise, teal dresser
featured on Mary Ann's blog
Classic Casual Home.
An assortment of fun chairs from Cup of Te.
A sweet little gray desk with
pop of coral from Miss Mustard Seed.
Minty fresh green chairs from the Glitter Guide.
The perfect green accent via Coco Cozy.
Everything Turquoise featured this traditional style bed.
Tobi Fairley does black and white.
This faux bamboo mirror
is updated in my favorite color.
I love how the chartreuse stools
tie in with the artwork
in this kitchen by
Lisa Sherry Interieurs.
Ombre done right by Gus and Lula.
This bar set up comes alive on
top of this painted antique piece.
Pretty antique white finish by Ethan Allen.
I really love the amazing color samples at Peinture.
The chairs on the wall are such a fun idea!