That looks great!
Love it! What color of paint is it? Fabulous job with all those nooks and crannies!
Thanks! I spray painted the whole piece with Rustoleum Gloss Fern and after that dried, I took my paint brush and lightly painted Apple Barrel Aquamarine with a drop of Apple Barrel Turquoise to acheive the weathered look! Can you believe its acrylic paint AND that it works like a charm?!
It looks great! Love the color and love the wood pattern. What a great find!
Looks GREAT! I have been on the hunt for a buffet table (stalking Craigslist. lol). Love the paint colors! Kelly
this is seriously glorious. props to you for your painting skills!
Stopping in from Shabby Nest--love this piece! It's colorful and lovely!
Hi! I'm following you from B.M.B.F!I hope you visit me and return thefollow:0)
Love the colors! So pretty!
Such a fabulous color - very chic! I love your style and your blog. I'm going to follow you from now on. Please stop by for a visit sometime.xoxo,Kim
great job - such a huge transformation!
Woo Hoo-I love it! The color is awesome and don't get me started on your fun knobs! Great job!Kimwww.kim-toomuchtimeonmyhands.blogspot.com
REally love how it turned out. Great makeover!
Love this! The color is great!!
Love the transformation. What a pretty color. Thanks for sharing.
Love the tourquoise color! $20 was definitely a bargain!
This is amazing. I've always dreamt of being an amazing furniture salvager. I love the turquoise color.
Wow. It came out so good. I LOVE the color.www.mylifeunzipped.blogspot.com
gor.geous. I'm so in love with that! Great job!!
Amazing-Thanks for sharing what colors you used.
Wowza, this is fantastic Natalie!!! love the color too! great job!
love the color!! looks really great!!http://megschmitt-neveradullday.blogspot.com/
this is such an amazing transformation! you always have the best furniture transformations!! i also LOVE that blue! feel free to come an check out my blog madisonavenue2011.blogspot.com
p.s. im your newest follower!
I'm a new follower. I love this! It's pretty mch my dream to find trellis furniture that doesn't cost me a million dollars! Lucky!
That is exactly the color that piece was needing. Excellent work!
That's gorgeous. Love it. So where did you find it anyway?
What a great chest, and I LOVE the colour and paint effect you used, it turned out awesome!
Thanks everyone! I am so blessed to have such supportive readers! I found this piece of furniture at a local thrift store! I love to get a drab piece that has potential and turn in into a beautiful piece of furniture! Taking old and making it new again makes me so happy! Please send me pics of your transformations! It really makes my day when you all share your awesome projects!
Hey Natalie! I LOVE this project of yours! I featured it on my blog today so come check it out! :)http://livingcraftilyeverafter.blogspot.com/2011/04/five-fabulous-finds-6.htmlKelly
I'm your newest follower!!! Your project is amazing and I'm now on the lookout for a piece to upcycle....hope it turns out as cute as yours!!http://www.sweetpeasandbb.blogspot.com/
really unique looking ! I love it !!!! You can visit me here http://sailingwithbarefeet.blogspot.com/
I love it! It's so fresh and happy! http://thepeasanthousewife.blogspot.com
Wow... we must share the same mind...lol I just did something very close to this! And we did it one day apart, ha! Your cabinet turned out fabulous!! I guess great minds think alike.Lisa
This is absolutely gorgeous! I definately wouldn't have thought you used acrylic paint! Thanks for sharing! I have been wanting to do something similar to my sewing table for a while now. I would love for you to come link up to my Sew Crafty Party !
Great job! Love the colors (& that you used acrylic paint)! Thanks for sharing!
So glad I saw your project on Trendy Treehouse...new follower! Love your great find and how you transformed it into such a beauty! Look forward to seeing more.
great transformation!! looooove the color! if you like to "party" I hope you'll stop by and join in on my blog party too!alchemyfineliving.com