Fab Furniture Flipping Contest: Geometric Design

 ****This is a sponsored post, and while I received product and or compensation all opinions and words are my own.****


Sometimes in life when you are faced with a challenge it pushes you creatively. It forces you to think outside the box and it can create great results. I experience this recently when I decided to participate in The Fab Furniture Flipping Contest. It is a monthly contest with a different them and sponsor every month. This month the theme is geometric design and the sponsor is General Finishes . The have some great products such as milk paint, gel stains and finishing waxes. I am not really a modern person, and I don't really like most geometric patterns. It took me forever to find a direction to go in. 
This buffet was one I did a while back, and it used to work well in my old dinning room but when I decided to redo my dinning room it no longer goes with it. I love it though, Ive always wanted one and I don't think I will ever get rid of it, so a new face lift it got!!
As you can see I chose to incorporate a diamond pattern for my geometric design. I really love the way it turned out. I used several products to achieve this look including Snow White, Seagull Gray, Lamp Black, Antique Walnut gel stain, and Pearl Effects Burnished Pearl. I also used a gray stain.  I had a lot of fun completing this project. I love playing with different and techniques.
This is the first time I ever painted this pattern, and I did it by hand, with a pencil and a ruler. I was not that difficult, but I will defiantly be doing more of this.
Check out the hosts blog  Lynn and Carrie's for more fabulous projects. If you are a blogger and would like more information on the contest, email info@fabfurnitureflippincontest.com.








    

5 comments :

  1. Very cute, Jodi! I like this makeover!

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    1. Thank you!! Wait until you see the rest of the room!!

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  2. I like the wow factor!! This is great!! Love your crate and styling too but the piece just is my favorite. I love the sideways black and white checkerboard!! And colors. Plus perfect knobs. Your home is so beautiful!

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  3. I love to revamp pieces that I have previously worked on to change things up a bit. What a transformation, love the new color it freshens it up nicely!

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