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Licorice the New Black Part II


So we've all seen how popular black and white is right now in design. It is classic, goes with most anything and can easily fit in with modern, traditional, or shabby decor. I love to mix it up so my vintage dining room table find had to be different. I've been searching for this style table for two years now. My Gma had one and since it is just me and the hubby and space is limited with the dining room being my office, it was a perfect fit for us. Top was done with Shabby Paints Licorice and protected with sheer VAX. The legs I dry brushed with White Ice and then my lovely chairs I finished with White Ice and Pearl ReVAX for some shimmer. Paint Safe! xxoo
Before
Before
Before Damage
Before Damage
Before table damage
Before table damage
Before and after Chair
Before and after Chair
After Licorice and White Ice Chalked Paint by Shabby Paints
After Licorice and White Ice Chalked Paint by Shabby Paints
Chairs are a pain to paint..make a lazy susan for easy painting.
Chairs are a pain to paint..make a lazy susan for easy painting.
After White Ice, Pearl ReVAX and Black ReVAX for depth.
After White Ice, Pearl ReVAX and Black ReVAX for depth.
After pearl ReVAX
After pearl ReVAX
After Licorice and White Ice Chalked Paint by Shabby Paints
After Licorice and White Ice Chalked Paint by Shabby Paints
After Licorice and White Ice Chalked Paint by Shabby Paints
After Licorice and White Ice Chalked Paint by Shabby Paints

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  • Robin Seefahrt
    on Dec 16, 2013

    What a difference!! I have my Aunt's set in the barn, and it would take up less room than the big round one.

    • Shabby Paints
      on Dec 16, 2013

      @Robin Seefahrt I'm using it right now folded down as a sofa table..it is a catch all for junk but it fits nicely..will be great for Christmas if we need to pull out extra seating too. :)

  • Robin Seefahrt
    on Dec 16, 2013

    that's a good point. The big round table we keep to the side of the dinning area cause it's so big and very heavy,

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