I have been wanting to paint my kitchen table for quite awhile. It is just an antique round oak pedestal table that I bought for nothing several years ago. I have always had to keep a table cloth over it b/c someone did a terrible job refinishing the top of it.
My buffet is also a solid oak piece that was beautifully restored. I just think it is a lot of OAK in our small little eating area and have been itching to redo it.
SO, the other day I saw this paint job on My Sweet Savannah's blog post:
And I just KNEW this is what I wanted for my kitchen table. Lucky for me, a friend of ours manages the Sherman Williams in town and was able to get me the products needed to come close to this look.
My question is this?
Can you have too much distressed stuff in a house? I don't want to go overboard but just love the look.
Nothing in our den is distressed except for a set of cabinets. In our kitchen just an antique high chair.
Tess' room has the hutch I redid, an antique toy chest, distressed rocker that has been reupolstered and her night table is lightly distressed.
I think that is really it in the house.
SO is another piece going to be over kill?