Meet Miss Mesa

Miss Mesa, I think, has quite the personality.  When deciding how to "dress her up," I originally chose something neutral.  White base. Stained top.  And then I thought, "I think Miss Mesa has much more personality than that!" so I mixed a little gray, light blue, and white for soft pretty base color.  Then, she glared at me until I gave in and gave her base a pretty coat of blue/green and her top a rich and dark stain.  As of now, I think she's quite happy with the changes and is flaunting her stuff!

Here's a picture of Miss Mesa before her spa day (more like spa month!):

She didn't look too bad, but with a closer inspection, she had a surface that never looked clean and had lots of stains.  She needed to be refreshed!

And here's Miss Mesa now:

She even made some new ladderback friends at the spa!  They'll need a little more time at the spa...


I'm in love with Miss Mesa's new look!  The blue, the light distressing, the gleaming top!

She might have needed a facial:

And a good scrub!

But she was worth it.

Another picture just because I love her:


I hope to share a little more details about her spa experience soon!  

What do you think?

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Comments

  1. A lot of work...been there...but the outcome is fantastic! Nicely done!!

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  2. Your table looks beautiful! Great makeover, those ladderback chairs are perfect!

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  3. I LOVE it!! I am contemplating doing something different with our kitchen table (currently painted black) but the hubby is a bit hesitant about my colorful ideas ;-)

    Much love,
    Future Mama
    http://expectingablessing.blogspot.com/

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  4. Looks great! I will have to come and try out some food off of that table!

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  5. She looks great. I like the dark stain better than the original.
    Dropping by from Furniture Feature Friday.

    Allison
    Atticmag

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  6. This is exactly what I want to do with my dining table! Its varnished this horendous orangey colour at the moment and I'm too scared to start it lol. I've saved this for inspiration!

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  7. Looks like she enjoyed her spa day! I love the dark top paired with a painted bottom. Plus the stained top will hold up so much better.

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  8. Well she is looking much better!!!!

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  9. UGH! I HATE the "BLUE SCRAPER"! When I think of "it", I have the very same feelings of when I think of the dentist! But it does make quick work of scraping off boat loads of ol paint! Love the table! Very nice job~
    Christie

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  10. the dark top is awesome! it gives the table much more weight now- i love it!

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