Wood Beaded Table

I recently finished this little table...

This is how it started....

I had a bunch of these wooden macrame beads and decided to use them on the underside edge...

I attached them with wood glue, washers and screws...
the washers look a little uneven here...I did have to straighten those up

Painted it out in white and dry brushed with a little gray too

Lots of distressing all over...

I used the gray to brush on stripes on the top as well...

...curvy lines...

I'll be taking this to my space at Smiths Antiques and Interiors here in Miramar Beach :)

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7 comments:

  1. Love what you did with the table. Great idea. Reminds me of the one you did "years" ago with the washers hanging from edge of the table. Mom

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  2. That is pretty tame for you but still so subtly Lucy and remarkable. It is kind of fun to dial back the pattern and color ONCE in a while. :)
    Thanks for commenting on my door. The color is raincoat yellow from Benjamin Moore. I couldn't decide between two colors so I of course went with the one with better name. :)
    I got some art work for the foyer walls today from a blogger artist that I have followed for two or three years. I am so excited about it. I love even more in real life. Could I have done it? I don't know. You could though. Someday I will have to have a Lucy piece in my home too.
    Pam

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  3. Hi Lucy, thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving the sweet comment about my DIY Antlers. Your table is so cool. I love the added beads. Very creative!

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  4. Awesomely creative! Love the added pieces.

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  5. They're very nice and creative. I love what you did with the paint, it's simple yet it gives a unique look.

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  6. They're very nice and creative. I love what you did with the paint, it's simple yet it gives a unique look.

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