Tuesday, March 13, 2012

*Holly Paint*

When I found this table I knew it had potential!  

The top was completely split down the middle.  I knew my husband could of fixed the top but I wanted to do something fun instead.   I have been wanting to use pallet wood for awhile now and I had a pallet sitting in my workshop.   
So I had him pull off the broken top and use pallet wood to give the piece a whole new look.

Here's the final table...once again I'm wishing I had a spot for this in my house!   
Perfect as a small buffet table in a dining room (with the farmhouse table I just finished!), as a entry table, t.v. stand, on the patio or just about anywhere.  

I painted the base a dark turquoise first, then put on a thin coat of antique white and heavily distressed. 
 The pallet wood already had the dark turquoise color on it so this allowed it all to work together.  
Can't wait to get my hand on more pallets...I have so many ideas!!

Furniture Feature Fridays


  1. the top looks amazing! i love the hints of blue!

  2. Your table is just gorgeous! Wow! I would love for you to stop by Thursday to link this up to my party! Hope to see you there!
    Stacey of Embracing Change

  3. Oh my gosh I LOVE THIS! I wish I had somewhere to put it! Seriously, I'd be all over it, but moving into less than 400 sq feet... no room... sigh. That's lovely though, you make wonderful things!

  4. This is gorgeous! I found you at the Primitive & Proper party today. Love the name of your blog... my name is Holly too :)

  5. What a great idea!! It looks fabulous!


  6. That is perfect! Great job bringing your vision to life. I LOVE the blue underneath!

  7. looks great!!! love the use of pallet wood!

  8. Absolutely love it!!!!! Hugs and happy weekend wishes. P.S> Happy St Patty's Day

  9. You have a seriously awesome talent for furniture girl! Thanks for linking up to the Repurpose-Remodel-Reveal Transformation party!
    Whitney - The Rooster and The Hen

  10. Okay, I totally keep looking at this... if it's available could you give me the measurements? Maybe I could squeeze it in somewhere... :-)