Rustic Country Stool

Rustic Country Stool (1)Have you ever used this color combination?  I LOVE it!  The original stool was yellow.  I painted a coat of CeCe Caldwell’s Santa Fe Turquoise first, then brushed on Traverse City Cherry!

Rustic Country Stool (2)I wanted it to look really rustic, like it’s been around for generations, so I highly distressed it with a damp cloth.

Rustic Country Stool (3)I rubbed hard enough to expose the original yellow too…even better!  Then finished it off with a mixture of clear and aging cream.

Rustic Country Stool (5)You won’t have to worry about the kids and/or grand-kids hurting this stool.  They can climb all over it and I’m sure it will last the test of time!

Rustic Country Stool (6)Looks great in the corner of my dining area under the Rooster Plates!  My friend Lisa, bought them for me several years ago in Seaside, OR.  They are a treasured gift.

Rustic Country Stool (7)So what do think of this color combo?  It’s different, I know!!!  But it’s FUN and put’s a little twist on just plain red!

Blessings ~ Judy

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