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I’ve had this table in my basement for nearly a year. I loved its shape so much, but just couldn’t decide what to do with it. When I finally did decide what to do with it, it was an utter failure (I’ll get there in a minute). Luckily, it made a spectacular comeback with the help of a little leopard print goodness.
This piece is the last one that my sweet neighbor gave me before she moved. Remember how she gave me the navy chests, the chevron tray, the coral and mint nightstand, and so much more? She’s such a sweetie and we miss her dearly. This table sat in my basement for a while because I couldn’t decide what to do with it.
I was absolutely in love with its retro feel and would have been completely fine keeping it wood toned. But upon close inspection, the finish was peeling – and the top of it wasn’t real wood – it was laminate. No re-staining for this baby.
And then one day, it hit me. The perfect combination of colors and I already them on hand – black and mustard.
The next time I think that black and mustard (I swear the color was more mustard in the can and was called fresh mustard) work well together please remind me that they work well together on a bumble bee. And a caution sign.
Not on a table.
So we went back to square one. I primed the table all over again. It sat around for a while.
One day I finally said to myself, “Black and Gold. Its never failed you. It looked great on that french desk. Put it on the table.”
So I painted.
Every room needs a little animal print, right?
You know you don’t wanna miss any of this crazy.
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