Thursday, November 10, 2011

Finally, Matching Bedside Tables!

A month ago I did a post here about my inspiration for two bedside tables I planed on making. In the post I said I would reveal the finished product the following week, however, work, life, work, and more work prevented me from actually devoting time to my do it yourself project. Determined to get this done before 2012, I went to the local glass place and had two mirrored tops cut to the shape of my board's that my contractor cut out for me. Yesterday I picked up the mirrors, some scrap wood to glue on the side for trim, paint, and a tube of liquid nails. I skipped my nightly gym routine and finally finished my tables! In retrospect I should have probably made the wood tops a little thicker, and if you look closely you can definitely tell they are DIY, but I think once I find a better paint to match the base of the corbels they will be perfect. 










Eventually I will paint the tops to match the base but they don't bother me
as much in person as they do in this picture. 


New bedside tables plus a new painting above the
Mr's dresser from my Mama equals a finished (for now) Master Bedroom 



6 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh! I love them!!

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  2. I have been on your blog for waaaaay too long. I'm a new follower and just love getting lost in it. Thank you, not many can keep my attention, your newest follower, highpointcircle.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi I just found your blog and it is really great. I was wondering if you could share where you got both the lamp on the dresser and the painting (the artist)? Everything looks so great above the pine dresser.
    Thank you.
    Cali

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    1. Hi Cali,

      The lamp is a Visual Comfort lamp and the painting is a reproduction painting and the artists name looks like scribbles, its not actually on canvas so I don't know who the artist is. Sorry I couldn't be more help!

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  4. Beautiful bedroom! Can you share where you got the rug?
    Thanks.

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    1. Hi Mallori, I am happy to share- it's the Karastan antelope rug. You can do it wall to wall or as an area rug which I had done here in our bedroom.

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