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Monday, March 28, 2011

Shabby White Buffet

Yikes!  It’s already almost 11am and I have so much yet to try and accomplish today!  So I’m going to make this post short and sweet.  :)

Tomorrow afternoon, after I pick up the boys from school, we are going to have the 20 week sonogram and try to peek at the new baby’s gender!!  I’m so stoked!  Then I come home and the hubby and I are loading the truck so I can take stuff down to set up at the Junkrestore Vintage Market at the Simple Farm in Scottsdale on Wednesday.  The sale runs Thursday through Saturday, 10am to 4 pm and there will be over 30 vendors selling some awesome stuff!!  If you’re in the area, you should definitely come out!

On to the makeover at hand!  I picked up this buffet/sideboard on Saturday morning and got right to work on it so it might be ready for next weekend’s sale.  :)

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The sides can be folded down and opened up for times when you might need more serving space.  The cabinet on the left has a shelf in the middle and the double cabinet on the right has both a shelf and an upper divided drawer for serving utensils or silverware.

I decided that it would look great painted white and shabbied up.  I kept the original hardware.

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I’m going to work on a post tomorrow of everything I current have done and ready to go with prices.  If you are coming to Vintage Market and there are any particular pieces that you MUST see in person, be sure to let me know so I make sure to bring it with me.  :)

Off to work I go!

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14 comments:

  1. How are you doing all that being 20 weeks pregnant? You go girl!

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  2. This is absolutely beautiful! love all those gorgeous details :) Come check out my giveaway- perfect for a new little one! www.tatteredandinked.blogspot.com

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  3. Ooohh I like this! How do you make it look vintage, sand paper!? Love love it!

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  4. What a beautiful job you have done! You must have worked hard on it.
    May I ask, how many coats of 'undercoat' and how many tops, and how many polyurethanes?
    It is absolutely gorgeous!

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  5. Such a cute buffet with the details!

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  6. Love it...I am looking for something similar. Wish I lived closer, I would definately come to the Market. Good luck on finding out the baby's gender...so exciting!!

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  7. What a darling piece! The detail on the doors is stunning.

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  8. Looks great. A very unique piece!

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  9. I.Love.It!!! I'm totally into the 70's detailing of this buffet right now. It's always so beautiful painted!

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  10. I love all fo the detail on this piece! Looks great in the white. How exciting for you Ann Marie, for tomorrow to peek at the baby's gender!

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  11. sooo pretty! the details really pop with that distressing!

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  12. How exciting that you will know soon! The buffet looks great!

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