Wednesday, April 4, 2018

An ASCP Duck egg blue & a teal console tables

Today I spent a lot of time glazing the acorn bookends. I’ve sold over thirty pairs. Seems everyone loves them. Let me know if you want to reserve some. They are selling fast.

acorn bookends

I had a good little production line going :)
duck egg blue console table Lilyfield life

I’ve got two console tables to share today, both also would work well as little desks. The duck egg blue one sold on Tuesday and the teal/turquoise one sold a few weeks ago.

duck egg blue console table Lilyfield life

This is a pretty table with a scalloped base and turned legs. I sanded it right back and painted it all in ASCP duck egg, gently distressed it and sealed it with clear wax. I added a vintage porcelain knob for a fresh look.  The colour of the paint is so beautiful against the dark timber.

The painting is available $300 (watercolour of Kiama by John Vander) 

duck egg blue console table Lilyfield life

I had a lovely phone call a few weeks ago from a lady Sarah who was tromping up and down Newtown looking at furniture shops and not finding anything she wanted. She ended up looking online and found my business so she called me. 30 minutes later she was rummaging through my inventory and selected the console table below and had it custom painted in a beautiful deep teal blue. 

turquoise console table Lilyfield life

She also bought this lovely French mirror I painted in a soft pale grey and antiqued with black wax. Don’t they look amazing together. The mirror still needs to be hung but I love how Sarah has it all styled together. 

She sent me a message saying how amazed she was by my beautiful furniture and how easy the whole process was. Love hearing good feedback from lovely customers.

teal blue console table Lilyfield life

Have a great day
Fiona xx


2 comments:

  1. Both such beautiful pieces! Not surprised that they sold so fast! People love quality!!

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