How to Paint a Denim Look and CeCe Paint Giveaway!

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How to Paint a Denim Look and CeCe Paint Giveaway!

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Coffee Table in Denim up close cece caldwells redouxinteirors

This is part one of a two part post.

I have had the same Country Style Coffee Table for many years.  The original finish was still in good condition, but not our style any more.  Coffee Table Before

When CeCe Caldwell’s  released one of its newest colors, Windsor Blue, I knew exactly how I wanted to make over the table.  I painted 2 coats of Windsor Blue on the table.  I finished with a fun Dry Brush and Glaze treatment to create that relaxed Denim look.

Coffee Table in Denim up close cece caldwells redouxinteriors

In this post, I show you how easy it is to paint a piece of furniture with CeCe Caldwell’s paints, right in your home.  And yes, I painted that table within inches of my white slipcovered furniture.  I did put a paint drop cloth over the big sofa.  I like to live on the edge, but not that close to the edge….

Check out my quick and easy video to see how easy it is to paint something in between my running kids around schedule!

Stay tuned! Next week we will finish this table up and I will show you how to create not only that relaxed Denim look, but how to make a super durable finish.

Denim painted Coffee Table cece caldwells redouxinteriors

 

6 Comments

  1. ColleenB.~Texas

    Sorry, but I don’t do Facebook

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    • GTC

      Sorry Colleen! Next time I will try to structure the give away so it includes just leaving a comment. Thanks for the feed back 🙂

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  2. Patty Soriano

    Thank you so much for a chance at this giveaway! I also have a coffee table that needs a makeover. I am especially interested in that “super durable finish!”

    I know how fellow-Texan, Colleen, feels. It irks me when a giveaway is for twitter or other types of media. I don’t have that in my life and it’s disappointing when I can’t enter a contest because it is limited to that type of technology. It would be nice if a “few” of the entries for any contest could be from blog comments, or maybe just visiting another webpage. Just my two cents, Karen. 🙂

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    • GTC

      And your two cents is always VERY appreciated. Definitely will look at structuring it differently next time. Thank you for stopping by 🙂

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  3. stacey

    When I hear “denim” in a description to a paint finish my mind certainly doesn’t conjur up anything remotely beautiful. (Could also be from the trauma of growing up during the years when ‘stonewash’ was a thing) But holy oh my cow…..you’ve done it again! Honestly beautiful finish & completely unexpected. Thanks for the tutorial as I am now rummaging through my ‘treasures’ shed in search of the perfect piece to try it on.

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    • GTC

      Thank you so much Stacey! Augh!! Acid Wash is something that should be buried, and never mentioned again. hahaha! Hope you found a treasure to try this treatment out on!

      Reply

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