I just finished the bedroom set that I have been working on for weeks! The little bedside table is the last piece to get its makeover in Annie Sloan Duck Egg Blue.
Before, the table was dark and drab.
This piece had two coats of one part Duck Egg to one part Old White applied as a base. Then, a very light coat of pure Duck Egg was applied as a final coat. The detail was highlighted in Martha Stewart gold and distressed to make it pop. It was sealed in Annie Sloan clear wax.
Again an awesome job. I keep looking to find one like that to do for my own home.
beautiful…….I love this color! and the gold is such a great accent!
Beautiful work! Love the color, and the amount of distressing is perfection!!
That is gorgeous! I wish you lived closer so you could paint our bedroom furniture!
That’s beautiful!! I love the color!
Beautiful!!!! Question: Do you use your sander for distressing or just elbow grease and sandpaper? You’re distressing always looks so perfect!
Very pretty piece…just love that color!
Nicely done! You do such lovely and creative work.
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It’s a stunner Suzanne – love the gold highlights with Duck Egg Blue!
Love this bedside table. The gold highlights are so pretty. Lovely transformation.
Do you apply the gold highlights with a brush?
I actually apply my highlights with my finger using gold gilding wax. I have a video tutorial on it with the process. Thanks so much! I love the look!