$ave it, Let me PAINT it!!!

Monday April 18th, 2011.

First off.  Check out my Facebook page, and ‘Like’ me for more hints and tips for your home.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Bethany-Beach-Designs/85582377947

So, I just finished up a few more pieces.

A child’s solid wood craft table.  (Forgot before shot.. to excited to paint.) The black is chalkboard paint and accented with shades of blue and teal.


____________________________________________________________________________________ A solid wood china cabinet.  It was faded on the sides and simple look to it.  I took the door off.  There is a nice groove in the back of each shelf to display plates. Finished in a Semi Gloss ‘Oyster’.

Before

* * * * * * ta da!

After.  For Sale @ Splash Consignment Shop in Emerald Isle, NC.

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Here is a small telephone table.  The drawer was missing, so I flipped it around.  The veneer on the apron was falling off.  A lil wood glue and filler and a cleverly placed hand cut and custom stencil, makes the most of its ‘defects’ and gives it a fresh and transitional look.

Purples, grays and blacks are a popular scheme right now.  A victorian-like look paired with a pop of color gives this usually excessively ornate trend a little more bold yet simplified feel.


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This little drop leaf table, had some deep scratches in the top of the wood.  It has a mint green eggshell finish with brown leaves (hand cut and custom stencils).  Its fresh and springy and ready for summer on a covered porch.

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This was a real hoot.  I didnt take a before photo because I was yet again too excited.

The chairs and table were mismatched finishes.  Sand, prime, paint and protect.  I recommend a glass top because its one of a kind.  It would make a great game table.  Paired up with a red white and blue theme of plates and table mats and napkins, this would be a HOT and fresh look for any sea lover.  Pick this up at Splash Consignment in Emerald Isle for $275.  Support local artists and businesses.

I loooove furniture.  And paint.  Together I can save you money and give you a custom look in your home, and personalize it any way you like, for a fraction of the price.  Most new painted looks go for $1500-$2000.  Depending on the style and application of painting done, we could save you 80%.   So why not customize it and save money and save waste and get something you’ll love forever!?

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This was just a faded old wooden box.  Now its got VAVOOM!  With a bright blue and black zebra stripes.  This box and just about everything else can have a new lease on life.

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I will be working on the following items and have them up for sale on Etsy very soon.

Window frame art.

Kiddie curtains with some BLING.

Checkerboard flip flop table complete with checker and chess pieces.

Chalkboard tidal/weather chart with NC coastline.

Pencil and Ink drawings of historic Swansboro, Beaufort, and Emerald Isle.

Online design and staging consultations.

DIY kits.

If you are interested in having a piece of furniture or accessory up-cycled and customized.  Send me an email at…

b.e.delorme@gmail.com

Send me some pictures and any special requests.

Stay tuned and love often,

Bethany

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About bethanyd28594

Interior designer, crafter, bargain hunter, cooker, baker, veggie lover, visual merchandiser, furniture upcycler, beach goer, laugher, nature lover, Ben Franklin fan, love lover.
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