I'm still on a mission to create a dining spot in my open plan living area. I will be hanging a mirror adjacent to the table, the reason being to create a feeling of more space. Much of the time the drop leaf table will be folded down and against the wall in front of the mirror. I aim to create an attractive vignette of French style accessories on the table top when not in use. I have created a mood board beneath to give an impression of the final look. All of the products below are from Layla Grace I intend to purchase my accessories in New Zealand, achieving a similar style. I am excited about changing this area in my home and will be sharing a before and after with you as I did with my bedroom makeover.
I have a collection of blue ginger jars so this could be another idea of accessorizing & layering....
Helpful hint: Use an odd number of items when grouping
I am currently sanding and preparing the antique pine drop leaf table I purchased ready for applying the French wash finish. I will share with you step by step renovating my table next week. I will be purchasing my paint from Porters Paints who specialise in paint finishes. I phoned them last week and they were incredibly helpful so I intend to visit armed with my fan deck of pantone colours to enable them to match my chosen colour. I'm probably going to paint the legs and skirting of my table in a soft grey/green and then use the French wash over the top. My table is prepared including re building a piece of moulding on the leg that was missing, I will discuss this and the product used when I write the full post.
I have discovered a great 5 minute video on how to accessorize and would like to share it with you. I have posted it on my Interior Design page so please click "here" to view.
Hope your having a lovely week