Hi friends! Thanks for coming by. This is my FIRST live video post. Please you can laugh at me, Im a big dork. But I hope I share some good tips for you all and I hope you come back because I will share more live videos again in the future! Hopefully next video I will wear makeup and won’t look like a hobo. 🙂 ITS BEEN A LONG DAY! The paint I used for this piece is called plymouth and its by American Paint Company. The wax I used is called Vintage Antiquing wax! THE BEST WAX EVER. The color is amazing..it comes out looking very stoney rocky color. If that makes any sense. Really pretty!! I used a heavy grade sand paper and really went to town but keeping the tops new. This piece was my great grandmothers! Its so beautiful and unique. From the early 1900’s.
Vintage coffee and tea holders are such a cute way to store your kitchen items in a unique way. I bought this one from an antique store in my home town. Its one of my favorite pieces. Its also super convienent way to grab what you need with it being in one place. Below is a link where you can find some cute vintage coffee and tea holders. Enjoy!
This was the piece that inspired me to love antiques and vintage things. It is an old antique tea trolly cart I found at a garage sale for only dollars. I instantly fell in love with it. The original color was the wood in came in and was heavily scratched and dinged up. I used americano deco chalk paint and distressed the edges of it. I really enjoy how this came out and its such a statement piece. The wine rack is from Potterybarn.com