Monday, October 1, 2012

Black and Brushed Nickel Nightstand

It's always fun
to see how a little paint
and some new hardware
will change the whole personality
of a piece of furniture.



This nightstand was a newish
solid piece of furniture to begin with
but was going in a gray bedroom.
So this black and brushed nickel update
will make it right at home
against a gray wall.

Base painted with a Flat Black enamel
and detailed with a semi-gloss black
and metallic gunmetal gray
you can see subtle scroll and leaves.









From some angles you don't even notice the pattern.
It just depends on how the light hits it.

The new brushed nickel cup pulls
complement the paint palette.









Now it has some personality!

Thanks for stopping by,
Deb

Linking to:

Monday:          DIY Showoff
                       Between Naps on the Porch
                       Craftomaniac
                       BoogieBoard Cottage

Tuesday:         Coastal Charm
                        Cozy Little House
                        Home Stories A to Z
                        My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia
                        Primitive and Proper
                               Elizabeth & Co.

Wednesday:    Savvy Southern Style

Thursday:        Stone Gable
                        A Delightsome Life
                        Beyond the Picket Fence
                        House of Hepworths
                        The 36th Avenue

Friday:            Redoux Interiors
                       At the Picket Fence
                      Miss Mustard Seed
                      The Shabby Nest

Saturday:      Cheerios and Lattes
                      Funky Junk Interiors
                      Too Much Time on My Hands

18 comments:

Tammy Partin Spangler said...

It looks great! You are so talented!

Anne said...

totally awesome new look!

Twice Nice said...

Awesome! Love the subtle touch swirls!

Heidi Lisa said...

Love the scrolls Deb! They look 3 dimensional :o)

craftyles said...

It looks really nice in black, but the swirls really add the right touch! Great job on your re-do!

Kathryn Cain said...

Love this effect.I have a unit that was an old TV ...this effect would look great on this unit

Courtney said...

Cool as always Deb!! X

Cassie @ Primitive & Proper said...

so pretty- the hardware makes such a great difference!

It's All Connected said...

That is so very pretty. Nice job! ~ Maureen

Chelsea Peart said...

That is so beautiful! Way to save money!

Jennifer Young said...

Gorgeous! I'm inspired enough to attempt a copycat! This is my first visit to your blog and I LOVE it!

Thanks for sharing!

chickinstyx said...

I love this technique, and your piece is really wonderful. I did 2 side tables with a satin over all & then stenciled some fiddle head ferns on top in high gloss, I liked them but not as much as yours.

Stacey Merrill said...

very cool - you really made this piece look so much better

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

Love the hardware and the subtle design - very pretty!

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Wow! This is quite striking! Love the elegant colors and the beautiful pattern - you did a fantastic job! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday!
Kathy

Athena at Minerva's Garden said...

This is just stunning--you are quite an artist, Deb!

Terry Moore said...

The design certainly takes it up a notch! Love this idea.

Johanna Morehead said...

I have looked at many, many pictures and tutorials,,but I have to say I LOVE LOVE LOVE your craftwork! You really knock it up a notch. Good work.