An Arranged Marriage

If you paint two pieces of furniture the same color and then put them next to each other, it’s kind of like you are joining them in holy matrimony.

The yellow mirror in the office was just a temporary pop of color until I realized where I could really use a mirror.

Here are the table and the mirror before their makeovers.  Remember, the mirror was $25 and I got that water damaged table for $8 so I didn’t have to invest too much money.  I painted them both with white chalk paint from Annie Sloan.

And now they shall live happily ever after.

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  1. Nester, how weird is is that I read this post this morning, and then for the FIRST TIME just read this one: http://emilyaclark.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html with this photo: http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-p-CxgpjEpik/TadCDea1ycI/AAAAAAAAELI/yKM5NhgLPac/s640/BR+%25285%2529.JPG. too weird. it was like rainbow deja vu. luv the marraige, btw.

  2. nester…i hope I meet you someday.
    love when you marry two pieces of furniture together to live happily ever after…or until you find another place for them. :}

  3. That looks really good. You have a great eye, Nester. And I may have to try that paint someday…

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