Today, I want to show you how I transformed an inexpensive auction table into a cheery accent piece of furniture for my screened in porch. When I first saw this table at the auction, I fell in love with the details! But, it was definitely looking sad! Even though this piece would have looked great in a basic white, I felt like painting it a cheery color would really make it stand out! So, I decided to go outside of my comfort zone and gave this vintage table a makeover with a coral paint color! This little makeover is part of today’s Home and Decor Encore.
Welcome to Home and Decor Encore
This week, Lori from The Stonybrook House has a copycat recipe for Clearman’s Red Cabbage Slaw! Cristina from RemodelaCasa has a tour of a New Hampshire Home that I can’t wait to check out! Laura from Duke Manor Farm is sharing tips for patio umbrellas! And, Christy from Our Southern Home shows us how she stencilled a thrift store wooden box. To view each post, just click on the BOLD TITLE above each photo! And, remember to pin from the original blog post and not the photos on this page! But, feel free to PIN the image above that includes all of today’s Summer at Home Posts!
HYMNS & VERSES | BEST CORAL PAINT COLOR
THE STONYBROOK HOUSE | RED CABBAGE SLAW RECIPE
DUKE MANOR FARM | PATIO UMBRELLA TIPS
REMODELACASA | NEW HAMPSHIRE HOME TOUR
OUR SOUTHERN HOME | THRIFT STORE STENCILLED BOX
Love the beautiful coral color you chose. My eye seems to be tiring of all the white, gray and neutral overload in the decorating world. This virus reminds us of the fragility of life – hooray for celebrating with color!
Such an adorable little table! The bright color is definitely cheery and fun!
What a great coral color and looks great on that sweet table.
I am going to try the red cabbage slaw.
The table looks beautiful and the flowers are the perfect compliment! I also really like the box that the flowers are in. Have you posted about how you made that? I love looking through your site for inspiring decor ideas. I have to admit that your back porch ideas are some of my favorites. Thank you for sharing!