This is my 2nd Union Jack piece. I just love these pieces once their done. The stripes on the last one were easy because the surface was flat. On this piece I had to go over trim so it was a little frustrating, but with my husband's help we got it done!
I used CeCe Caldwell's Seattle Mist and Simply White and sealed with Annie Sloan's clear wax. The top was stripped and stained with dark walnut and the pulls were from another piece. As much as I like the red, white, and blue Union Jacks I really love the ones done in more neutral colors.
Looks beautiful! Thanks for sharing -ReplyDelete
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Love the monotone colors. Great job.ReplyDelete
I agree, the neutral colors are stunning! Great job :)ReplyDelete
Thanks Taunnie :)Delete
hi - i looks really good. I love painting Union Jacks also (i did 2 of them about 18 months ago both sold super quickly). I think perhaps I need to do another!ReplyDelete
i love your neutral take on it
Thanks Fiona! Saw the pics on your blog of the Masterchef judge - my husband and I love watching that show. :) I think the judges are nicer than the American ones!Delete
I love it in these colors!ReplyDelete
Thanks Sharon. :)Delete
Love, love, love this. I'm totally inspired. I nominated you for a Liebster Award.ReplyDelete
Go check it out.
Thanks so much Karyn!Delete
I love your project, especially the colors. It's refreshing to see the stripes done in the neutral colors. I found your blog on the SavvySouthern Blog hop. I'm looking forward to reading more of your posts. I'm Leslie @ Gwen Moss Blog (a few of my bigger house projects)ReplyDelete
Thanks Leslie, I will go take at peek at your blog. :)Delete
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Hi Stephanie, im doing a special feature on dressers and would love to feature yours among them, if this would be ok with you please let me know,ReplyDelete
Love the Grey and White Union Jack. I can't get enough of this look and I love it in these muted colors. Visiting from MMS :)ReplyDelete
PS I host a linky party every weekend, it is open until midnight EST. I would love if you shared this on my blog!
Thanks! I have now shared on your blog. :)Delete
I like the walnut stained top with the grey. Looks great!ReplyDelete
Awesome, no wonder it's sold!ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up with Hot Fun in the Summertime.
Amazing, you are so talented. Really love your work. SuzyReplyDelete