The Striped Nook




Continuing my love of Chalk Paint and Annie Sloan, I decided to take up my breakfast nook a notch. In the Spring we have a beautiful old lilac tree outside our window and I wanted to make that area just a bit more special. I decided to take a table that was in need of some serious attention and give it new life. I used the colors Duck Egg Blue and Pure White and gave the table a distressed striped look. Keeping with my modern vintage aesthetic, I added a contemporary lamp to my old beams and now I have a sweet lively nook to enjoy my lilacs.

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3 Comments to “The Striped Nook”

  1. Looks awesome, Love it!

  2. Love this! So glad I found your blog. You’ve got such great taste. (I discovered through Alison…old friends). Cheers!

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