ASCP Console Table in Duck Egg

I’m excited to finally be sharing a piece of painted furniture with you. I painted this console table before Christmas. It seems like a whirlwind now but at the time I couldn’t believe 4 pieces of furniture sold between Thanksgiving and Christmas. It was definitely a blessing and I really had to scramble to find new pieces not to mention get them booth ready before I took a holiday break.

I was looking for something that I would flip quickly which meant it had to be in perfect, paint ready condition. I usually don’t find pieces like that so I was a little worried when I set out for a day of treasure hunting.

I went to all of my favorite places and came home with 2 pieces of furniture, a few smalls and all of the extras I needed to help make the Lumberback party successful. My car was packed!

This console table was the first piece that I worked on because it was in the best condition.

Here’s a quick shot of the top.


The legs are really pretty too.


I painted it in Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Duck Egg. It was cold outside the day that I needed to paint so I had to paint inside. If you’ve never used Annie Sloan Chalk Paint before it doesn’t have much of an odor at all. This makes it really nice because it’s hard to wait on the right weather conditions sometimes.


I used two coats of paint, followed by clear furniture paste wax and buffed with a lint free white cloth.

011515-5 Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Duck Egg

I have no idea who this lady is but I loved her as soon as I saw her. The frame alone is totally swoon worthy.


I’ve been picking things up here and there the past few weeks so I’ll have more about what I’ve been hauling home next week.

011515-7 Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Duck Egg

See you back here tomorrow. It’s been cold and rainy in Florida most of the week and I’m baking banana bread.

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Many blessings,

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  1. Oh my goodness…I love this console table! The duck egg color is so pretty! I can see why you bought the portrait too – the frame is gorgeous and the lady is so serene in her blue dress. Your painting skills are so evident – great job!

    1. I really appreciate it Vicki, thank you! This lady just melted my heart as soon as I saw her 🙂

  2. The table looks great! I’ve never used the Duck Egg Blue but I really want to now. It’s beautiful. Hugs!

    1. Thank you bunches, Angie! As you know my booth is in a coastal community which makes this a popular color second only to white 🙂 Hugs back to you lady!

  3. Coco, I LOVE that table and the color is divine!! I hope you are keeping it. The picture is fabulous and the ornate details on the frame are the best!!!! Love it and am so envious of your painting talent. xo Lisa

    1. Sadly, this one has already been to the store and sold. I think it lasted maybe a week but I do find comfort in the fact that someone can now love it as much as I did. That’s the only hard part of this job. You can’t keep everything 🙂 Sending you hugs and appreciation for your kind comments, CoCo

  4. Oh goodness, how hard it must be to let this piece go! Beautiful job on the paint finish CoCo, and love, love, love this color. The portrait lady is happy in her new home too. All of these pieces will sell in a heart beat, so keep busy girl! Bwg ~~~

    1. This color is one of the most popular colors at the store. In fact, this piece last about one week and is already sold. Its hard to let things go sometimes but I know someone is going to love this stuff as much as I do and that makes my heart happy.

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