If you've stopped in lately you may know I've been working on Ana White's Farmhouse Bedside Table which I am super duper excited about. If you know me, you know that it takes weeks for me to finish a project because I am involved in so many things (grad school, grad assistantship, Zumba instructor...). The table is so close to being finished I can smell it! Well...actually I smelled it from the beginning. I believe I need a face mask to work in my dad's shop....
Neither here nor there.
So I've got the drawer and table frame sanded and painted a beautiful off-white Valspar paint color called Belle Grove Antique White, one of the National Trust Historic Colors. [btw-- don't trust Lowes online paint selector...completely off when I looked up this color]. I wanted white, but not sterile white. I picked up the paint chip, loved it, and then noticed it was Belle Grove... which is very close by to where I live (see it here). Done and done... and I'm very happy with it!
The bottom shelf and table top are cut, glued, screwed, sanded and stained (Minwax Provincial). All that's left with these babies is polyurethane coats and wax finish (I use an orange-scented beeswax finish).
I cannot wait to assemble this sweet thing and get it in place on my side of the bed. I seriously need the table space, shelf and drawer like whoa.
After this project, I will have a brief furniture interlude to start on a Christmas gift for my neice. Another Ana White plan but I'm not giving away which one just yet! You'll have to come back and see.
Que pasa bien la semana!