Dramatic Red Side Table

October 5th, 2009 in member junk     
VignetteStudio VignetteStudio, member
9 users recommend

I should have taken a before picture. This little table had great lines but the finish was soooo dated. Now its the Bell of the Ball.
I should have taken a before picture. This little table had great lines but the finish was soooo dated. Now its the Bell of the Ball.

I should have taken a "before" picture. This little table had great lines but the finish was soooo dated. Now it's the Bell of the Ball.

Photo: Vignette Studio

This vintage side table has been given a new life. It is painted a dramatic red color and decoupaged with a beautiful woman in a flowing black evening gown. The lip of the table is painted black. One drawer. Table has 4 coats of paint and 9 coats of poly-acrylic to seal and protect the table top.

Size: 19"w x 14"d x 25.5"h

Pattern or design used: My own design - Vignette Studio
posted in: member junk, vintage, furniture, black, table, red, art, vignette, recycled, decoupage, studio, gown, re-used

Comments (21)

sandyrae writes: sweet! Posted: 3:19 pm on March 30th
Shelley_ writes: This is beautiful! Posted: 2:04 pm on October 27th
byabpryor writes: That is especially adorable.. wow! Posted: 4:02 pm on October 6th
CottageElements writes: Cara, wow! You did an amazing job on this piece! Love the color, love the lady, very retro. Welcome to the site and glad you posted!

Lani Posted: 11:27 am on October 6th
BOOKENDS writes: The table is beautiful....I LOVE IT!!!! Posted: 10:13 am on October 6th
Grasshopper22 writes: I absolutely love this!!! You put the lady in the perfect spot...I need, I need to make one of these. Thank you so much for sharing and welcome to the site... Posted: 7:13 am on October 6th
suewhitney writes: Hey Cara,

Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style! Love your project...very dramatic. Great color, finish, and attention to detail. Bravo!!

Be Well,
Sue Posted: 6:28 am on October 6th
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Beautifully done! Krylon paint is one of the best in my opinion and I use it all the time. Love the glossy finish! Welcome to JUNKMARKET Style,Cara! Can't wait to see more.
Candy Posted: 6:11 am on October 6th
alicemom writes: FAB-0! for sure. Thanks so much for sharing. Welcome to this great site.
smiles, alice Posted: 12:00 am on October 6th
fellowjunker writes: Cara,
Your table is stunning....love the colours you used and the addition of the romantic lady.
Happy day.
xojanis Posted: 9:55 pm on October 5th
DownHomeDIY writes: This is so Hollywood Glam. I love it!
Posted: 8:25 pm on October 5th
VignetteStudio writes: Hi - I used a glossy red spray paint (a few coats) to avoid brush strokes - I think the brand was Krylon . The black that runs along the lip of the table was applied with a brush and artist paint. I also used a sponge brush for the coats of poly acrylic sealer. Cara Posted: 6:55 pm on October 5th
monakent writes: I am SOOOOO impressed. LOVE the color and the stunning fashion "model." Your project gets an "OO LA LA" from me!!!! gailmarie

P.S. If you ever get sick of her, I know someone (namely ME) that would give her a good home.....LOVE this piece!!! Posted: 6:48 pm on October 5th
msyoohoo writes: Just beautiful! Posted: 5:08 pm on October 5th
shabbychick writes: Cara - Your table is simply divine! And the lady you added to the top added a bit of elegance!

Beautiful! Kathy Posted: 4:44 pm on October 5th
junkerextrodinaire writes: I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!! Great job! What type of paint did you use, regular latex, oil, melamine? Thanks for sharing this! Posted: 4:04 pm on October 5th
VignetteStudio writes: Thanks!! I had so much fun making this. Posted: 12:57 pm on October 5th
oldnews writes: I love this! What a beautiful piece of furniture! Marie Posted: 12:26 pm on October 5th
RustyDiva writes: What a great idea to freshen up a piece of furniture. Love it!!!! Great job. She is very Tres Chic! Posted: 12:07 pm on October 5th
VignetteStudio writes: Wow - My post worked! I usually have trouble with a new site. Thanks for letting me share. Cara Posted: 11:59 am on October 5th
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