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Monday, November 24, 2014

DIY two-tone table

I couldn't resist this little tree for my little table. It's an Italian Stone Pine. They grow very tall when planted and eventually have a large umbrella top. It's the tree edible pine nuts come from. I think I'll keep mine in a large pot on my patio after the holidays!
DIY two-tone retro table refinish
I adore this retro table! 
Can you believe it was a rear-view-mirror rescue:)
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DIY two-tone retro table refinish
I thought it would look sweet with a two-tone paint finish. Stop over and see my before photos and tutorial via Guidecentral.
DIY two-tone retro table refinish
 My club chair and sofa are low, so I'm using painted benches as side tables. 
DIY two-tone retro table refinish

DIY two-tone retro table refinish
 This is my first white sofa. I'm crazy, right! 

Ikea sell's the extra covers for it.  I think this one is washable, but I found an inexpensive cover at the Christmas Tree Shop.
DIY two-tone retro table refinish
My two-tone was inspired by Refresh Restyle.
I <3 this side table from Wilderland.
Charish, an online market place for vintage furniture has a blog. I love their post 5 colorful couples to invite into your home and Color Couples- a exclusive info graphic showcasing color pairings that will make a splash in any home!  
My project was featured:

I'm linking to these lovely parties.


  1. i absolutely love that two toned look. i did a white top and wood body to my mcm dresser turned tv stand. enjoy yours!

    1. Is it on your blog? I'm stopping over to see:) Thank you<3 Happy Thanksgiving

  2. I love that little table, Michele! Cute room (I love white; and white dogs, too!)

    Thank you for sharing your post this week at Brag About It Link Party on VMG206. I'm featuring you at Next Weeks Brag About It Link Party, Monday at midnight!
    ~ Megin of VMG206

  3. I love it Michele. That piece has such great lines and the paint job highlights them perfectly.