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Sunday, August 19, 2012

Turquoise Hall Table



I forgot to take a before pic, but just image a typical brown stained wooden table.



I knew I had to add some beautiful colour to this amazing piece.

 
Then distress to bring out all the gorgeous details.


Look at those legs! I just drool. 


This is definitely another one of my favourite pieces!

:) Julie

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37 comments:

  1. I love it! you will have to check out the one I just now posted a minute after you on my blog - almost same color - little table I found for my sewing room.

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    1. Love your table too! And I'm following you too now. x J

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  2. Gorgeous job - really!!!
    I'm in love with this color :)

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  3. Hi Julie...
    What a fabulouse table! I love all of the deatails in the piece and your choice of turqouise is just beautiful! I am visiting from It's Overflowing party! Following you now as both a Linky follower and on GFC...have a great weekend!!!

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    1. Hi Barbara, thank you for your lovely comments. I hope you love following along with me. x J

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  4. It's party time over at Debt Free Mommy Blog and you're invited! Please come by and link up any post(s) related to making your home a better space. I hope you'll join us for Making Space Mondays. Hope to see you there! -Tabitha

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  5. Love your table!! Just found your blog...love it! Can't wait to see all your other projects.

    margaret

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    1. Thanks Margaret. I'm excited to have you following along. x J

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  6. So cute! I love the little feet on it. I have a thing for hall tables...how they just perch against the wall. I really like the bright turquoise.

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  7. WOW! what a beauty! i love the color, the distressing, the shape, details! i'm drooling!

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  8. Beautiful!!! I love this shade of turquoise! Your latest follower. Blessings!

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    1. Thanks Kathy! It's lovely to have you following along. x J

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  9. What a greeting when you walk in the door!
    Liz

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  10. I absolutely love this piece! The shape, color and distressing are just gorgeous! I found your link on Primp and I'm now following your blog. I can't wait to see what else you do!

    Have a great day.
    Angela

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    1. Thanks Angela. I'm exciting to have you following along too! x J

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  11. I just love the details on this table....and all of your WHITE items on display really set the piece off nicely!
    Thanks for sharing. Stop by to visit with me anytime.



    ciao bella
    your newest follower
    Creative Carmelina

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  12. I love what you've done with the table, the color is so beautiful! I'm visiting from the Crafty Blog Stalker party.
    Your new follower,
    Terrie - HearthandWhimsy.com

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    1. Hi Terrie, thanks for dropping by. It's lovely to have your following along. x J

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  13. That is gorgeous! From color to the structure of the table itself! How did you do the distressed effect?

    I hope you could share this at my link party happening every Friday :) Im your new follower :)

    xo
    Myric

    myricandreasen.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Myric, I distressed with sandpaper over the detailing and around the edges. It really brought out all the details. Thanks, x J

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  14. swwooooooooooooooooon!!!!! My favorite color ever! I just die.
    -Crys
    www.euphemeral.blogspot.com

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    1. Hi Crys, LOL, please don't die. I love it too. Thanks for dropping by. x J

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  15. I love love love that table! That color is awesome. Is it chalk paint? Would love to know the color name. You did a lovely job on this!

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    1. Thanks Sandy! It is a flat paint mixed with grout - so yes, a DIY Australian chalk paint. :) It was a mis-tint can from the hardware so I don't know the colour exactly, sorry. Lovely to hear from you. x J

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  16. So gorgeous! Very pretty colour.

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  17. So beautiful! You did a great job with the distressing.

    (Stopping by from Delicate Construction.)

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    1. Thanks Paige, lovely to hear from you. x J

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  18. What a gorgeous table! I love the color:)

    Found you through show and tell Friday and am now your newest follower:)

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    1. Thanks Victoria! It's lovely to have you joining me. x J

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  19. I love it!! I would like to borrow you and have you do that to a piece of my furniture ;) Great job, and such a pretty color too. I would love if you shared this at my Throwback Thursday party. I hope to see you there and thanks for sharing! http://www.hubbymademe.com/throwback-thursday-no-7/

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    1. Thanks Britni! The paint was a mis-tint at the hardware for a quarter of the original price! Can't believe anyone would consider it a wrong colour, can you? :) Oh well, their loss is my lovely gain. :) x J

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  20. Gorgeous!!! Every time I see this color I fall more in love with it. You did a fantastic job!
    Angie
    www,swede-dreams.com

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  21. I love that color and great distressing!

    Sarah @ fancyco.blogspot.com

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  22. Gorgeous colour Julie. The table has such sweet shaped legs. Thanks for linking to Shabbilicious Friday this week.

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