Aubusson Dresser

As part of my Haven experience I walked away with a bag full of goodies, including two Annie Sloan paint samples.  I used my first sample of Provence with this dresser and table.  Now it was time to try out Aubusson Blue.  I had just the right dresser for it.

 
The blue is a tad darker in real life.






Love those feet!
Is it wrong to be in love with a dresser?

Oh yeah, and can somebody please help me get "call me maybe" outta my head.
If you don't know what I'm talking about, consider yourself lucky.


18 comments:

  1. your stare was holdin', ripped jeans skin was showin' hot night wind was blowin, where ya think you're going baby!
    i had to do it.

    and the dresser looks awesome!!!! LOVE the color and the washed look you gave it.

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  2. Your work is amazing! I'm always impressed. Great job... and Hey, I just met you... and this is crazy! ;)

    Christy B

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  3. I too recieved the Abusson blue and put it on a brown dresser-which was the first thing to sell at my new booth! My blue looked so much different than this though, I was not real happy with how my dresser turned out-even considered not putting it in the booth and then it is the first thing that sells!haha

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  4. Love, love, love! Had to pop over and check out your blog as well. :-) Yes - we do have a lot in common! The Aubusson Blue is spectacular, isn't it? I adore the feet on this one too. Great work!

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  5. Great job! The feet are beautiful :)

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  6. Oh wow this is gorgeous! And it's perfectly normal to be in love with a dresser! =)

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  7. We do fall for our pieces at times! Those feet are grand, and your redo came out beautiful! Newest follower, glad to find you, hope to see you follow too :)

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  8. You did an amazing job....what a gorgeous dresser!! LOVE the color with the stained top!! Blessings!

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  9. Now you've got that song in my head. Thanks a lot! I live this dresser!!

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  10. GREAT!!!!! That song was stuck in my head most of this week and some of last....it was FINALLY GONE after listening to to country for a while in the car! I've had Kenny Chesneys Come Over in my head......NOW it's gonna be back to this one! Waaahhhhh! :'-0
    Hey I just met you and this is CRAZY so here's my number......uhhhhhhg!

    Ok I'm gonna forgive you because you have given me this GREAT piece to think about all night! It's beautiful. I don't know how you paint like that! If I left wood showing like that on one of my pieces, I would think it just looks like it's not done and I would keep painting! But I never think that when looking at other artists pieces! Great job!

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  11. What spectacular detail! great color choice too.Love it!

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  12. Soooo pretty. And, Im now following you from PICKINandPAINTIN.blogspot.com so I can see what you're doin NEXT. CALL ME..........MAYBE. 8-)

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  13. This one stopped me dead in my tracks! BEAUTIFUL work here girl! I find it so stinkin' hard to get this beautiful weathered/worn/faded/time loved look, I always think it looks 'weird' so I just keep going & before you know it, I've completely covered the piece. This one is SO getting pinned. Thanks for sharing your beautiful work with us to be inspired by :)
    And yes, I think it is absolutely normal to love a dresser....or a chair...or a table or....you get the idea. I do it all the time. *Giggles*

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  14. It really is okay to be in love with furniture. I do it all the time too!! Thank you for visiting my blog and commenting. I'm happy you liked the chair. And yes, you can totally paint fabric with ASCP. I wouldn't recommend it on everything yet at this point, but I'm experimenting with it when I have nothing to lose.

    Your dresser is absolutely gorgeous!! Have a great week-end,

    Nicole
    xx

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  15. I'm a sucker for Aubusson! What a beautiful dresser!

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  16. Gorgeous, great work! Thank you so much for sharing!

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  17. I love this dresser! I am new at painting and would like to know how you did this dresser, if you wouldn't mind sharing. Thanks!

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