A Year of Painted Furniture

Did you guys have a Merry Christmas? I’m still in the midst of family togetherness, eating Twizzlers out of my stocking and waking up to pillow fights with my niece and nephews. I know it’s going to be back to reality and a busy schedule soon but until then I’m going to soak up every moment of being with them that I can.

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We have some fun things planned for this week and we’ve already scheduled two day trips in the month of January that I’m excited about. We also put a race on our calendar this year so I’m going to have to get out of cookie mode soon and into training mode. All of this planning for 2015 led to a conversation about how quickly 2014 flew by. It’s been crazy!

I thought it would be fun to take a look back at some of the furniture pieces I’ve painted in 2014. You won’t be surprised that most of them are white. But my booth space is in a quaint little beach town and I love white so I’m totally ok with that 🙂

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Some pieces needed a ton of work while others needed just a fresh coat of paint. I did sell a few things that I didn’t paint at all and I even painted a few pieces in shades of sea glass.

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Paris Grey also made an appearance in my booth this year. This was one of my favorite transformations. I can’t wait to start using some of the new Annie Sloan Chalk Paint colors I received as presents.

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I missed you guys and I can’t wait to hear all about your Christmas in the comments section below. See you back here on Wednesday!

Many blessings,

CoCo

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10 Comments

  1. Dearest CoCo…I am so happy that your holiday season is still going strong 🙂 I cant wait for you to share your family adventures and learn more of what’s in store for your 2015! Cheers to a marvelous New Year 🙂

    1. Vicki, we’re having such a great time! I think the littles are excited to be hanging with me all the time 🙂 They’re lucky kids ha ha! Miss you!

  2. Liz Bonin says:

    Good to see you back in cyberspace! And glad you are still enjoying time with your family

    1. Thanks so much Liz, I’ve missed you guys for sure and I can’t wait to catch up with you when I get home! Sending you hugs, CoCo

  3. Wow! You were busy in 2014 but every piece was beautiful. I happen to like the white 😉

    Enjoy your new year and keep on painting! Hugs!! Angie

    1. Thank you for all of your sweet comments, Angie, I love the white too but I’m going to be really excited to start using new neutrals 🙂

  4. Renee @ The Refined Relic says:

    What beautiful transformations. I look forward to seeing what you create in 2015. Happy New Year my friend. Love and prayers.

    1. Thanks so much, Renee. I can’t wait to see what 2015 has in store for us both sweet friend. Many blessings for a very Happy New Year!

  5. Wow Coco! These are only “some” of the pieces you’ve redone? That is impressive ~ both in terms of DIY & time management!! These all look great. We are still working on the same 4 pieces we started back in the summer. I still <3 the sea glass painted craft cabinet. Keeping my eyes open for a similar piece I can redo, though it could be 2016 before I get to it 🙂 Happy New Year friend!! Bwg ~~~

    1. It’s amazing that I was able to get that many pieces painted, Bobbi! I think sometimes I forget all the furniture I’ve saved from the landfill. It’s a labor of love that doesn’t feel like labor at all. I wish I lived closer to you, we could rehab together! Love and hugs sweet lady! CoCo

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