Wednesday, May 7, 2014

A DAY OF MISCHIEF!!!



                                       
If you missed the post below, you will know that I am all alone today...getting into all kinds of mischief.....

I have been dying to do something with this ugly table above.....too lazy to refinish it...so this is what I have come up with.
I chose yellow to go with the walls in the living room....when you come into our house you can see the dining room through the living room and I think...well....I think I love it!!!

 Here it is reversible....one side gets dirty and you can just flip it....HA!!!!!!   just kidding (or am I???)


23 comments:

charlotte said...

Love the green side! Great solution.

Missy Shay said...

I love it! Green and yellow are two of my favorite colors!

Terry said...

I love it!! It looks wonderful! :0)

Wendy said...

What a great idea Barb! I love that you have made it reversible as well....great job! One of these is some fabulous batiks would be stunning! Will a tut be coming soon?

Sheila said...

Aren't you clever , it looks great !

Gene Black said...

Very pretty, I like it both ways!

AnnieO said...

New and different always draws the eye! Have fun

onlymehere said...

Yes, I'm loving it! I've made table toppers for my round table too and I think they make the room come alive. I love to see what you come up with when you're getting into mischief.

barbara woods said...

Waiting, hugs

Rebecca said...

I make all the wall hangings and placemats reversible... that way I get twice the color and style for 1/2 the space in the cabinet!

sandra said...

Excellent idea and I like the idea of being reversible

QuiltSue said...

What a brilliant idea and what a great way to keep yourself out of mischief for the day.

Betsy said...

Fabulous Barb. Beats refinishing that table. Now you need one for each season. Lol

Joanne Lendaro said...

It is fabulous! Perfect solution...and you could have one for each holiday and season....I'm thinking the boy just got off the 'refinishing' hook!!

Jean said...

Very pretty and versatile too! What a great way to cover an old table!

Needled Mom said...

Great idea, Barb. It really finishes off the table top well.

StitchinByTheLake said...

Perfect solution. :) blessings, marlene

KatieQ said...

Great idea and no one is the wiser.

Siouxzq64@gmail.com said...

I hide the dining room table by piling laundry on it or my cutting board for quilting. No one ever eats there anyway. I like what you did with yours though.

West Michigan Quilter said...

Looks great! I love what you came up with. You've given me inspiration!

Wacky Woman said...

Oh how clever are you?!!! Excellent!

Jacque said...

That's wonderful! Great job!

Dayquilt said...

That table is crying out for a Lone star...or a Dahlia...or an oversize sunflower topper.