This has been on my bucket list for far too long! I’ve been wanting to have an abstract, brushstroke furniture piece for quite some time now.
And YES! I know, all my furniture makeovers are bright, colorful, cheery and one would think how much more color I possibly would want but there was something missing, an abstract piece of Art that I had yet to Recreate on Furniture.
And today was finally the Day!
Now I have a Console Table which is insanely colorful and Abstract and I am in LOVE!
If you guys want to check my favorite colorful furniture makeover to date then you should see my
But first we need a little recap on this guy.
Those of you who have been following along for a while now, know that I had given this fella a makeover pretty recently in my
Don’t get me wrong I did like the transformation but the thing is that I myself as a person can’t just paint one thing and be done with it, I want change, and I want a change CONSTANTLY.
So here we are today with another makeover of a “previous makeover”!
Supplies Needed For this Project
Multiple Size Brushes
I was really inspired by this beautiful Artist, Jessi Michelle whose profile on Instagram is as
So starting off, for this project the base was already painted in this beautiful baby pink color hence I did not need a primer for this piece since it was serving the purpose of a primer.
I did love the pink color and decided to keep the front two drawers in that shade but the rest of the table was going to get the complete Abstract Treatment.
I started with the Blue and Green Shade and created brush strokes in an almost Geometric Pattern.
There was no method to my madness just big strokes all through out.
Then I added a layer of the Purple color. After that I let it dry for a while before I layered more colors on top since I did not want the colors to be all muddled.
I wanted each color to be seen individually.
After that I layered on the above shades one by one. Filling in gaps and also layering on top of existing layers.
This is how it was coming along.
I went ahead and did the exact same thing on the entire legs of the table as well.
I then waited for the table to completely dry before I went ahead and created my pattern onto it.
I used about four thin tip brushes and created mini lines, dots and circles all over.
This part is the most time consuming of the whole process but it literally makes all the difference.
Suddenly my abstract piece came to LIFE with just this tiny little detail.
I also re-painted my drawers handles Gold again just to refresh them a bit.
The last and final step was to give a coat of the Clear Varnish.
And there you have it guys!
I absolutely love it. Waking up and getting to look at this bright little number certainly sets me in a happy mood for the entire day.
What do you guys think?
Would you paint something so abstract and bold on your furniture?
Now for some beauty shots.
All the fine details and time spent on creating the pattern was well worth it.
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