Farmhouse Chic Table

By taking an old outdated forest green sofa table and re-staining the top with dark walnut and painting the base in old white then distressing, transforms this piece into a one-of-a-kind treasure!  It’s 29″ tall so it would be perfect to use as a craft table or desk.  It would also look awesome as an entry or the traditional sofa table.  So many possibilities.  I replaced the old wooden knob for a new (old looking) bronze metal knob.  To be honest, I had no inspiration for this table when we first brought it home.  I usually know exactly what I want to do the second I see a piece.  So this just kind of evolved and I totally love it now!  Good bye “country”, hello “farmhouse chic”!



Before Photo

Minwax Dark Walnut Stain

After Staining

Close Up

After paining with Old White and heavily distressing.

It’s amazing what a knob or pull can add to a piece.  I bought a bright, colorful porcelain knob to put on this table but it just didn’t look right.  I went and grabbed this knob that I already owned and it was a perfect fit!  I’ll save the other one for another project!  Believe me, it won’t be wasted ~ it’s super cute!

Sharing with: Sunday’s Best, Meet Me Monday, Totally Transformed Tuesday, Tweak It Tuesday, DIY Dreamer, Adorned from Above

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  1. I just found your blog and I think it is amazing.I will come again for sure If you want we could follow each other? If you want just follow me and send me your link on lavieenrose.blog8@gmail.com and I will follow you immediately
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  2. Wow! What a difference, love the old, distressed look on it!

  3. that looks fabulous- i really love the dark top!

  4. Hi Judy,
    Thank you so much for linking at WIW. We loved seeing your gorgeous furniture redos. We are now following you and looking forward to you sharing this newest treasure as well. I love the effect you got from the distressing. Gives it a real vintage look. Love it!
    Hugs,
    Patti

  5. Love this transformation! I am so happy you stopped by my lamp transformation! Show this table off at my Meet Me Monday party! My readers need to meet you. : ) Love, Me http://youaretalkingtoomuch.blogspot.com/2012/07/meet-me-monday-linky-party_29.html

  6. Beautiful sofa table!! You did an amazing job! I’m happy to follow :) Sunday

  7. Hi Judy, Thanks for stopping by! Love your transformations!! I think the sofa table turned out fab! Beth

  8. You can really appreciate this transformation with the before pictures! She really wasn’t very attractive at all, and now, after her makeover is gorgeous. I just love her chippyness! She would fit anywhere! So glad you shared your creative inspiration with Sunday’s Best – your creativity helped make the party a success! PS – now following on Linky!

  9. You did a great job on that find! I try to know what I’m going to use something for. But if it has great “bones” I’ll usually get it anyway if it’s in my price range. Thanks so much for joining my party!
    Brenda

  10. The table is beautiful!

  11. What a great transformation! Beautiful and perfect as is.
    Debbie :)

  12. I love the heavy distressing on this piece! And it definitely looks better now!

  13. Another MAGNIFICENT piece!! Love the vintage feel to your furniture!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

  14. Wow, I love how this table turned out. I’m your newest follower. Come check out my blog when you have a minute at http://sister-number-5.blogspot.com

    • Hi Geri…so glad that you are now following Vintage Street Designs! I will definitely come visit you and follow you back! I just returned from a week long road trip so I’m playing catch up now! :) See you soon! ~ Judy

  15. Thanks so much for sharing this desk last week with Wednesday’s Adorned From Above. It is really beautiful.The link party is open now for this week.
    Just follow this link.
    http://www.adornedfromabove.com/2012/08/apple-cinnamon-roll-pull-aparts-and.html
    Debi Bolocofsky
    http://www.adornedfromabove.com

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