Before we left for New Zealand I spent my snow day working on an industrial table for Maine Country Home.  It is a found palette with a weathered worn top. Base is painted in graphite and made of old 2 x 4’s.

The sides are where it gets interesting. I wanted to stay with the industrial feel and still use Efex. After all they are more than French. And did you know they are made here in Rockland by Maine Country Home!

First, the sides which were new pine, were washed in graphite Chalk Paint®. Then we used a stencil Circles from the Annie Sloan stencil collection.

Now to add the Efex, again we wanted to keep the industrial feel so we went with a small rosette, R72. We left the dots on the stencil on every other pattern and then added the rosettes.

Both the stencils and the Efex were painted in a mix of Graphite and Old Ochre.

Voila… Industrial Efex.

XOXO

Lydia

Life on the coast of Maine

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