Totally shabby chic junk table

May 22nd, 2011 in member junk     
JunkSituation Tammy Hodges, contributor
5 users recommend

The hardware adds some fun bling to the top along with some added paint.
The color was dark turquoise and I dragged a lighter turquoise over the surface.  The top was peeling veneer, and the front had no drawers, so I added a cabinet door for a new topand front. 
Lets take one side of a vanity table (no drawers) and make something cool....
When I dragged the paint on the faux door front, I could see some embossed lettering which added some pizazz :)
I attached some wire screen material for the heck of it...and stuffed a little grass and flowers.  This cabinet door front is attached permanently and doesnt open. But I love the hinges hanging off the side :)
The hardware adds some fun bling to the top along with some added paint.

The hardware adds some fun bling to the top along with some added paint.


This half of a vanity's drawers was too cute to leave behind.  The cabinet doors were laying around in my barn and just happen to fit perfectly on the top and front.  It took all of about 20 minutes to assemble :)


Pattern or design used: My own design - Tammy
posted in: member junk, wood, artwork, plant holder, funky, furniture, country, whimsical, garden, fun, outdoor spaces, chic, table, sunroom, turquoise

Comments (5)

DonnaG writes: Love the contrast between the 'queen ann' type legs and the roughness of the door are a perfect match. Posted: 12:41 pm on June 7th
TinTinJunkFan writes: Really really like how this turned out! Posted: 12:45 pm on May 27th
chippingcharm writes: Love it...fun how it all came together! Laurel Posted: 12:24 pm on May 25th
JunkArchitect writes: Great project with an amazing finish.

Jim
Posted: 12:50 pm on May 24th
sandyrae writes: Very cool Tammy! I like how it all came together!
Sandy Posted: 5:58 am on May 23rd
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