Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Finally, The Furniture Makeover Results!


I recently purchased this pretty little lady. She had great lines but needed a paint job.






Out came the Antibes Green, ASP Chalk Paint, my new favorite color these days. My can is almost empty I've been using it so much.





When you add the clear and then the dark wax, the paint just pops and makes a piece glow with antique goodness. Even if it's not an antique.





Isn't this yummy. It's currently at the shop, front and center at Jazz.





Nightstand snagged at a garage sale.





After some Chalk Paint, Old White and then Duck Egg Blue followed by clear and dark wax.




Two fun vintage chairs. The one on the left is really old. Under that material was the original leather seat in great condition.





 After. More green. I'm channeling Kermit, what can I say.
The twins and I took the chairs and table up a week and a half ago, moved things around and got ready for Fall. However this table sold the following week so the green desk  is now in it's place. I did take pictures of the Fall redecoration and will show you in the next post!


September has been just crazy, things flying out of the shop left and right. I think it's one of the best months we've ever had. Our shop has a new owner and is now called Abundance Vintage. There have been quite a few vendor changes and I am loving the new look and feel the shop has.


To take a peek, check out our Facebook pages.


Please be sure to LIKE us if you're interested in getting updates to your Wall!


On a side note, since I finally joined into the Facebook foray, yes, I am just now jumping on the bandwagon! I will probably be phasing out the All That Jazz blog. I think it's going to be easier to give quick updates about upcoming events and new items at Jazz and quite frankly it's a lot of work doing 2 blogs. I'll keep my personal blog and keep you connected with All That Jazz through the Facebook page, so be sure to hit that LIKE button if you want to stay connected.


Thanks and have a fantastic week!


~Tara

7 comments:

Rozmeen said...

Hi Tara,

How are you?

Great job what you have done on the furniture!

xoxo Rozmeen

The Vintage Farmhouse said...

Love the green! ♥

Town and Country Gals said...

Tara,
Love the way your funiture looks after the make over! Haven't tried the chalk paint yet but there is a shop in Nashville that sells it, can't wait to try it! I didn't see anywhere that had a link to your blog so we could keep visiting you when you phase out this one, want to keep up with you, don't do facebook so hope you put a link unless it's here and I just missed it, will look again.
Rebecca

Marydon said...

Ohhh, Tara! I adore that green you used. You know me & pink & green! And that fabulous rose inset ... love it. Beautiful job you did.


Have a beautiful weekend.
TTFN ~
Hugs,
Marydon

down to earth style said...

I'm a new follower - saw you on Eclectically Vintage.
Holly (down to earth style)

Junebug Furniture and Design said...

Beautiful Projects! We'll LIKE you on facebook...next trip your way, we'll be sure to stop in your shop! Come follow Mad Hatter Vintage Flea Market on fb & Junebug Furniture & Design, your so right, it's difficult to keep it all going ;)

Happy New Year Girls!

xox Glad & Cel

Cousin B said...

Hey luv, it's probably me, but I can't see the "like" button? Please keep me connected!