Mid Century Rummage Sale Revivals

I purchased these items a couple weeks ago at a rummage sale.  I think they have a mid century modern vibe.


After a good cleaning, I painted the frames on these prints, with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Cream and Duck Egg Blue.

 I painted this kitchen tool holder in Cream.

 And this little condiment tray was painted with Cream as well.

 The paint immediately perked up the old prints.

The wooden pieces look fresh.


I like the makeover!




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9 comments:

  1. I love your up-dos! Of course, I am loving anything blue and cream this year! This are my kitchen colors. I would love for you to add your post to my brand new party starting this evening called "Flea Market Fridays" and it is a DIY/Home Decor only party with lots of upcycles, vintage and low cost decor ideas! It will all be at my site.... http://www.creativecountrymom.com xxx...Brooke

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  2. Wow!! They look great....good job. :-)

    Happy Thursday...
    Sherri

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  3. Great reviving, what a lovely vignette too.

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  4. Wonderful make-overs! Inspires me to do more of it myself! Thanks!

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  5. What amazing makeovers! I probably wouldn't have bought any of those things and now I think they are fabulous and of course I would want them! Great job!!

    Dianne

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  6. Carlene,
    Love all of these especially the pictures!! amazing what a new coat of paint will do!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  7. The prints are so much better with the painted frames. Great job on refreshing all of them. They should sell quickly.

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  8. Love these quick and easy updates. A fresh paint job works wonders.

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  9. I like the makeover, too...it's amazing how much more modern the prints look with painted frames!

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