Sunday, April 19, 2015

A Bajot Stand Make Over With Annie Sloan Chalk Paint


Hello Lovelies. How has your weekend been?



I was at Ross the other day and found 
this cute little "Bajot Stand" for a bargain price. 
I wasn't crazy about the color, but figured I could
 give it a Do-Over with some Annie Sloan Chalk Paint


I used GRAPHITE by Annie Sloan 
and some clear wax to finish


 


How do you like it?

I found a great spot for it in our foyer


Ohhhh and before I go I want to share another "Annie Sloan Chalk Paint" Project I did recently 
in the Lobby at my Work Place. We recently painted this bold red accent wall in the lobby 
and the golden elegant mirror just didn't look good anymore. So I painted the frame with 
"Annie Sloan Graphite" as well and rubbed some silver finishing paint on it to bring 
out the carvings. Much better, don't you think???
Have you tried Annie Sloan yet? I love it! I hope you enjoyed 
this post, please come back soon for another visit!!
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35 comments:

  1. Awesome! I love that vignette and you just made it even better!

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  2. Great transformations, the mirror I love the most, I like how you brought out the details.

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  3. I love how you painted that stand. That was a great find! I haven't used that color from ASCP yet. It really updated that mirror frame in your lobby too. Did you do that there? That mirror would've been huge to take in your car.

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  4. Small miracles but so effective, great color choice for bijot stand as well as mirror. They both look so much better with graphite color. After seeing what effect it made on those two pieces I have to try it. Have couple pieces in mind in my own home. I'll have to go scout at Ross, see what little jewels I can find. Rarely go in there as usually spend all my time in that shopping strip in Michaels but looks like I need to give Ross another try.
    How you snazzied up that mirror gave it such effect, brought out details on mirror, gold ugh, graphite/silver yeah.
    Hope you have bright sunshiny Monday and rest of week.

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    1. Hi there SRPPCRFFT -- I cant reply to your comments in my email. You show up with a blogger profile but I have to way to send you a reply. Thanks so much for the sweet words and stopping by!!!!

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  5. That is so cute, Great choice painting it, love the color too!

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  6. Love your foyer. It has such personality!

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  7. Your foyer is lovely, Christine! Awesome transformation on the stand and mirror!!! Thank you for sharing at The Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop!!!

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  8. Gorgeous! Love your entry & all the nifty decor!

    Paige.Rose

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  9. The vignette is really pretty!! I have not tried Annie Sloan yet, but I have to get started real soon.

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  10. Your work is lovely. I need to learn how to do this one day.

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  11. What creative changes! Your decor in your foyer is truly wonderful, I'm crazy about the smart look!

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  12. I must be the dumb one because no one asked, what is a Bajot stand? Is it for porcelain pieces? Love the color and the styling. The mirror now has elegance and grace.

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  13. This is the first time I've visited your delightful blog and I love it! I am also a fan of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. Not only are you creative, but I see by your picture that you are also beautiful. Wonderful combination!

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  14. Gorgeous as always, friend! Love your entry way and decor! And yes, that mirror looks waaay better! Way to go! Hope you're having a lovely week, Christine!
    Kendra @ www.joyinourhome.com

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  15. I googled "bajot stand" cause I had never heard that term and holy cannoli, you got a HUGE DEAL! They are on sale for hundreds of dollars! I am going to try to get to my Ross to see if they have one. I love the vignette you created.

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  16. The mirror looks so much nicer! What a striking entryway. :)

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  17. I have featured this fun room at: http://sksartell.blogspot.com/2015/04/brag-about-it-party-20.html
    Thanks much for sharing. sk

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  18. Love it! The graphite color is perfect. And I love the mirror redo, too! Thanks so much for sharing it at Motivational Monday! Hope to see you again on Sunday. Happy Weekend! :)

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  19. Christine…love the "new" mirror. That paint made such a big impact on the frame and decor. Great job. thanks for sharing with us at Something To Talk About Link Party.
    Vicki and Jennifer
    2 Bees in a Pod

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  20. Love the updated mirror! Wow, what a difference a little paint can make. Thank you for sharing with Idea Box link party! Hope to see you again next Thursday - Cheers, Christy

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  21. Beautiful as always. I love how you style your entryway to your home. It makes you want to come in and explore even more. And the mirror re-do at your work is gorgeous too!

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  22. Your bajot turned out perfect, it works well with the Hello lettering! I love how you hung the letters, creates character!
    Thanks for linking this week on Friday Features, wishing you a great weekend!
    Karren

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  23. What wonderful changes Christine...gotta love AS chalk paint! Thanks for linking up to SYS and enjoy the rest of the weekend!
    XO Barbara

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  24. Hi Christine, just found you. Not sure where i started but just kept clicking over and "voila ", so very happy i did that. I love your entryway, it has given me some great ideas for my own. I sure hope you get your wrought iron staircase, your inspiration picture is beautiful. Maybe just paint black until you can afford to replace it. I also have a thing for large lanterns, i have 3 now but i am always on the hunt for more. Love your blog, I'll be back. Have a wonderful week. Sincerely, Diena

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  25. Hi Christine, I saw your post on Friday Favorites and just love all the updates!

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  26. I love Annie Sloan! I bought a small jar and ended up using it for crafts instead of furniture -- yikes! I love your updates, and the Graphite is such a nice color! Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle. :)

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  27. Gorgeous color! Your home is gorgeous!

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  28. I love that little stand Christine. Perfect new color! I love Annie Sloan paint as well. Goes on so nicely. The mirror redo is wonderful as well. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  29. I have shared. Again! Thanks. sk
    http://sksartell.blogspot.com/2015/04/brag-about-it-link-party-april-27-2015.html#more

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  30. Gorgeous color! I haven't tried this paint but would like to. Thanks for sharing at the #HomeMattersParty :)

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  31. Hi Christine,
    I´ve just seen you following me on bloglovin!
    So I came over!
    I like your blog and I´m also not addicted to one special interior style!
    I´ll also follow on bloglovin and add your blog to my blogroll! ;-)

    Have a nice evening,
    Moni

    By the way, where are you from?

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  32. Your makeovers turned out great Christine!

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  33. I love to see before and after pictures of a project. You did a great job. Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick
    http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

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