Back onto the workshop table for the second makeover except for this time the Queen Anne Table went from curb to oh Français.
Queen Anne Table Makeover With French Graphic
To refresh your memory, this is what the table looked like when I found it at the end of my neighbor's driveway with a sign that read "Take Me".
Every time I looked at it sitting in the corner of my living room I thought of a frog. Am I right? You can find the original makeover post here at Queen Anne Curbside Table Find
Last time I painted the table with milk paint. While still keeping the table in green and white, this time I'm using chalk paint from the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint line.
My search on the Graphics Fairy Website led me to this Pretty French Label Graphic, perfect for a table going into a bedroom.
I kept the same glass knob from the original makeover.
The table didn't last long in our guest bedroom. As my Mom's Alzheimer's disease progresses, it has become unsafe for her to stay in an assisted living unit. Recently we made the difficult decision to move her into the secured dementia unit at the same facility.
Thankfully her new suite is a private room where she could take most of her furniture and belongings. Unfortunately, the suite looks rather institutional and so to add some personality, I gave her this table for her sitting area.
The table was receiving a lot of abuse and at one point the pretty glass knob was walloped off and so it came back home with me. It was then that I decided to give the table a third makeover and I couldn't be more happy with the results. You can catch the final makeover here at Queen Anne Vintage Clock Face Table.