Today I'm sharing my latest restored farm table set, along with all the little French Country tableware's and decor. I don't know about you, but by January 1st, I'm ready for spring and summer! I'm just a sunshine weather kind of girl. The cold, dark winter days are just not on my favorite things list. ;) But don't worry, I do realize I have a few more months of winter!
I wanted to give this farm table a rich country look, so I stained the top in one of my favorite chocolatey browns, called Provincial. (by Minwax). I actually gave the top two coats of stain for a deeper, darker color. I finished the top of the table and the benches with a wipe on Polyurethane. The base of the table, benches, and the chairs are painted in the usual color of my choice, Vintage by Valspar. I pick this up at Lowes. It's just the perfect creamy white paint color.
I built two of my custom Vintage Benches to go with the table. If you ask me, a farmhouse table always has to have at least one bench! :)
With all of this cold and dreary weather, I decided to brighten things up a bit at my shop. I wanted a lot of white of course, and just enough blue!
Below, I used an old tin bucket to hold some greenery and vintage utensils. I stencil painted a blue farm cow on the front, and then drilled two holes on each side so I could add the rope handles. I love this little bucket now!
When rummaging through things at a vintage shop last week, I found this really neat little fruit crate. Table Grapes of California. It has warm wood tones, and BLUE writing! Perfect for my table scape! This crate was actually the inspiration for the whole look. I found two of these, so I decided to keep one for myself :)
When creating a display at the shop, I try to build up as much as possible to create height and more display space. So I built this mini farmhouse bench using scrap wood from my workshop, and finished it to match the table. I think it turned out adorable and I'm definitely going to be making more of these. I may try all sorts of fun colors too.
I threw in a few copper accents and these really cool French canisters with copper lids. These are some of my favorites! And then there are the white canisters with the black label writing on them. This set is available in my Etsy Shop.
I came across a couple of cute wooden chairs this past week as well. One I left the original stained color, and the other I painted in a vintage creamy white and distressed it. I threw in some blue and white ticking stripe, and whatever dishes I could find with that gorgeous blue patina.
And then there is the burlap table runner with the blue farmhouse cow. I am in love with this runner! I will definitely be making more of these and listing them in my Etsy Shop as well. If this is something you're interested in ordering ahead of time, feel free to contact me via email!
And what's a French Country table scape without a little white cow creamer? I just LOVE these cow creamers. I get all giddy when I come across one!
The bowl tucked under the rest that has the sweet blue flowers on it is from France.. Just love it!
So there you have it. My French Country Farmhouse table and decor. I'm in love, and I hope you had fun looking at my gallery of pictures! There were a lot! Have a wonderful rest of your weekend and a great week! Thank you as always for stopping by!
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Miss Mustard Seed