sunny side table.

I picked up this sweet little table at the Bryn Mawr garage sales and decided it would be lovely in a sunny yellow.  This is MMSMP in Mustard Seed Yellow mixed with a little Linen.  I didn’t exactly measure, which is kind of how I usually cook too.

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It got nicely chippy.  Not too much, but enough to look properly vintage.
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I debated adding the stencil.  I have to confess, I hesitated because I overheard someone at Junk Bonanza say “I wish everything didn’t say Paris on it!”  Has this ever happened to you?  It made me question my use … or overuse? … of stencils.  But in the end I decided that my furniture doesn’t have to please everyone.  I love the stencils, so I will keep on using them.  So there.

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It’s just a sweet little sunny side table.

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The perfect shade of yellow for my chintzware teapot.

This one will be part of the inventory for my summer Carriage House Sale.

8 thoughts on “sunny side table.

  1. sweet is the perfect word to decide the little table and the yellow suits her perfectly -occasionally I second guess the direction I am taking for a project I spend copious amounts of time in indecision to get it perfect- wise words “it doesn’t have to please everyone” ! I need this tattooed on my brain! I do hope you are keeping the teapot?


  2. I still want this table. Can we arrange something this weekend? I bought a darling vintage child’s rocking chair for you at garage sale yesterday. It was $2.50, my treat. But your neighbor Ken will have to add one piece of board on back. I know you will do wonders with this cute piece!!


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