Sunday, July 20, 2014

Cute Little Telephone Table

I love to paint. I am so hoping I can make a small business doing what I love. I just want to make enough money to help put food on the table for our 3 hungry teenagers and help out with the bills a bit. I am so pleased with my latest remake--I think it is so cute!

I think in the time this was made it would have been called a telephone table. Now that we all have our cell phones in our pocket a telephone table is not so much of a necessitiy. I think this would be great as a small entry table or side table. I am really happy with how it has turned out! I hope it sells.

I liked it from the moment I found it at Goodwill.

I like it even better now!

I added a glass knob and a applique which really added a lot I think.

I thought it was fun that it was made in Oregon.

Thought I would share a photo of my daughters before they left for a day of shopping today.

I stayed home and started working on my next project...

This piece is more masculine than I usually do so I hope it turns out!

Thanks for visiting!


Heirloom treasures said...

It's so sweet Sandy and I'm sure you will make heaps from your lovely projects. The girls look lovely too.

Grandma Carolee said...

The table turned out beautifully, Sandy. Love your flowers, too. Makes such a pretty display.

farmhouse-story said...

it's so very cute, sandy! love the applique, and your pretty roses look sweet, too! your other pretty roses -girls-look sweet, too:) and i know the next project will be very non-masculine when you get through with it:) have a great week!

Anonymous said...

Your table came out great! I love the appliqué, it really added a lot. I am sure you will be able to make money at this you just need to keep on going with it and build up stock to take to a show or something as well as selling online. It takes tons of work. Your next piece has good bones, looking forward to seeing it.
Gigi @ Old World Patina

Anonymous said...

Sandy, your table is wonderful! I love the applique and knob! You added just the right amount of distressing too! The girls are lovely! I know you are so proud of them!

sunnyskiesandsweettea said...

I love it! I think it is fabulous that your getting to do something you love and making a little money.

Amy Jo

Karen said...

Hi Sandy,
Your telephone table makeover is amazing! I love little tables and I am sure that your shop will do amazingly well! Everything you share is always so pretty! Wishing you success with this future endeavor! Karen

Things and Thoughts said...

Glad to discover your lovely blog corner and to see your excellent craft works!
Kind regards

Connie said...

Sandy, I have been following your blog and your daughter's blog for sometime now. I have to tell you that I look forward to each and every post you share. You are truly a kindred spirit in your decor style though mine is not as ethereal as yours. I love that you are not pretentious but sincerely appreciate all that your life offers. Your home, husband, children, parents and even pets all mean a great deal to you and it most certainly shows in your blog! I believe that you could have a wonderful business with recreating furniture pieces; you do such a good job on each piece you share with blog land. I also believe that your blog could somehow provide you with a little extra cash with the right sponsers. I do not know how one goes about obtaining the right sponsers but do know that several bloggers make a living at it. Your blog has it all in my opinion...eye candy, DIY, sharing life's happy moments, raising children, pets and all they offer, I could go on and on! Anyway, you are a true inspiration to me! Thank you for sharing. You have encouraged me and pulled me through a few tough times with your positive outlook on life! You, Sandy are not only a BLESSED woman but a woman who is a BLESSING!

Thanks bunches,

Twinkle Terrior said...

You and Janae create such beauty out of something that most of us could not imagine! LOVE YA BOTH ox

Shanon at Vintage Sparkle Chic said...

Your table turned out beautifully! I really love that you added the appliqué to the knob.

Thank you for commenting on my blog. The David Austin Roses are a favorite of mine as well! :)


Elizabeth and Gary said...

Absolutely lovely! your little phone table turned out so pretty. I also love to re-purpose pieces with paint. You really found a fun table to re-create.
Have a sweet day, Elizabeth

Junkchiccottage said...

The table came out so pretty. Love it. Love that it is from Oregon too. How sweet. I cannot wait to see what you do with the chest.

Holly @ Bella Nest said...

What a beautiful little table! You did such a great job! Can't wait to see what you did to the other piece.

Kathy @ Creative Home Expressions said...

It's a pretty little table, Sandy. I love how it turned out. How nice that your daughter's had some sister time together.

Unknown said...

Your table looks beautiful and you did a great job painting it. I have always loved the little phone table like that.
Modern Dining Table and Chair

Nuttynurse said...

It's the best Sandy! Fantastic work! Changed the whole personality of that table.

Ana said...

The little table turned out beautiful Sandy. Cannot wait to see how the other piece turns out. I'm sure it will be another hit :-) Happy new week and Happy Birthday again.


Kerryanne @ Shabby Art Boutique said...

What a beauty... I think your little table is calling my name Sandy. She would be perfect in my home!
I love the applique and knob you used too.
Thank you for linking up at Shabbilicious Friday. I'm delighted to be featuring your telephone table at tomorrow's party.
Hugs ~ Kerryanne

Southern Sassy Sweetheart said...

Ugh! I love how beautiful your little table tuned out! Now I want to paint something!

Lady of the Woods said...

oh thats so pretty, I own a table just like it, you did a great job. I really am curious to see the "masculine" piece, but you will make it gorgeous no matter what! Love that you are doing what you love to make $ from it! You WILL do well ! Lady