|There are two arm chairs and four regular chairs to this set.|
|I had painted all the chairs in Maison Blanche La Bonne Terre and was planning on the top coat being Wrought Iron. After I painted one chair in Wrought Iron I decided to go back to La Bonne Terre. I just wasn't feeling the black chair.|
|Here are all the chairs patiently waiting for the next step of their make over.|
|Of course I chose to refinish it. I sanded the top down which took about a day and a half. I was not quite sure how it would turn out so my back up plan of course was to paint it if the refinishing didn't come out right.|
|The top ended up coming out pretty great so I then started on the bottom of the table. I used Wrought Iron on the base.|
I saw this picture over on Pinterest and fell in love with the red gingham.
|At Home Arkansas|
Then I came across this picture. I fell instantly head over heels for everything in this picture to include that stop dead in your tracks chandy which btw costs both of my children!;) It looks like the legs on the table may be black. It is hard to tell though.
So which would you choose the red gingham or the khaki gingham fabric or another fabric all together?
I am hoping to have this set completed in the next week or at the most two weeks depending on the fabric. I want to get it ready and sold so somebody can enjoy using it for Thanksgiving!
If you are wondering about the Maison Blanche Paint I am using for this project it is a chalk based paint. I fell in love with all the colors there are to choose from and when I saw that they carry a true black I was sold! If you want to try it out for your self I know several fabulous gals who sell it!
NOTE: THIS IS NOT A SPONSORED POST!! I try out every new paint that comes out on my own. I purchased it and it has NOT been given to me. All my opinions are my own and I would not share something I would not buy myself.
Now back to the fabulous gals who sell this paint.
|If you hop on over and pay Shannon a visit you can see some of her fabulous projects with Maison Blanch Paint like this AWESOME harlequin coffee table. She even shows you how to create one of your own!!|
|Nena at NCF studios has an online shop as well but for those of you in the local Houston, Tx area you can go and visit Nena at her studio and see all the fabulous Maison Blanche colors in person!! I warn you though you probably will walk out of there with more than one quart of paint!;) She also has it for sale at The Antique Gallery in Spring, Tx.|