Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Four Leaf Antique Pedestal Dining Table

I would have LOVED to stage this piece better, but it's uber heavy and I don't have a space big enough to stage it. That said, I heart this table. And even better, it's owner came for a sneak peak this morning and also loves it!!

I mentioned this table in my entry yesterday, but here is the before:

After being given an amazing color to work with (which was an Ooops that the client found!), here is what it looks like today!

Now, you are probably thinking "what color IS that?". I have seen four different colors depending on the angle and time of day...deep gray, purplish gray, brown and at times, a green/gray. It is dramatic and moody...and I love it!! I also have a black glaze over it and light distressing.

Here is the color info if you'd like to try it out...I don't think you'll be disappointed! I got mine in satin enamel, as it's a dining table and enamel paint is more durable.


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Cassie Bustamante said...

LOOOOOOVE!!!! i want to have my thanksgiving around that table! it's perfect!

Brandi said...

wow, that table is massive! it does looks really heavy! you did a great job on it, Allison. i love the color. i bet the new owner loves it.

Kristen said...

It is absolutely gorgeous! I am on the hunt for a pedestal table with leaves in need of some love. You've given me inspiration to keep searching!

SkinnyMeg said...

Ohhhhhh that color is so PRETTY! Love how it's so many different shades depending on the light, great job!

Suzy www.savedbysuzy.blogspot.com said...

That color really is amazing! I like the black glazing/distressing too. Great job!

Heather A. said...

That looks amazing! I love the color, you can do so much with it!

A Vintage Vine said...

Beautiful table! I am getting ready to do my dining room table....That color could work, I couldn't read the numbers very well can you email to me? Thanks!

Andi said...

What a cool color! in one picture it looks silver! great job!

Cindy said...

Me gusta!

Decor & Harmony said...

Allison, I should have known it was you once again. The table looks amazing, sometimes an oops can be a good thing!

oops! said...

What an awesome table! Pretty Pretty Pretty!

Jenny @ Simcoe Street said...

This looks so great -- love it!


WhyCuzICan said...

Very pretty and love the shape of the table too. Tired of my square tables I always seem to land/find. :)

Visiting from Funky Junk Interiors Linky Party tonight,
~Suzanne in NW Illinois

Joselyn said...

I have been looking for a table like this for months. The base is so pretty. Love what you did with it. The color is awesome. Nice job. I want one too!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

That is just one cool table and I love it in gray! And I love the moodiness of gray ~ makes it more interesting!

Rose Garden Malevik said...

Lovley Job :)
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The Pennington Point said...

Lovely! The color is fabulous! Lisa~

paige said...

Looks great! I love the color! I'd love to have you link up at my new linky party -

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Rose @ Confessions of a Curbshopaholic said...

I love oops paint! Nice job on that table.

Hollie @ I'm Busy Procrastinating said...

Great bones to the table, and the client was very smart to pick that oops paint. The gray color is lovely. Nice refinishing job!

Chris said...

What a beautiful table! I love a pedestal table, and you made it even better! Thanks for sharing!

Anonymous said...

That table looks gorgeous in grey!! I've had this post saved for a looong time, it's one of my favs! I've got this linked to my DIY dining rooms tables post too today!