What'cha Workin' on Wednesday?!?

It's Wednesday . . .

Can you believe it's mid September already?!?

If this leaves you feeling a little blue . . . take a look at these beautifully blue restyled pieces to give you a little pick me up. Ba dum bum - I'll be here all week folks, lol.

First up this week is Elizabeth's dresser beautifully restyled in van Gogh's River Tides with an undercoat of Morning Mist.

Here's a close up showing how Elizabeth's gentle distressing brings out the soft white Morning Mist from underneath. Great job Elizabeth - thank you for sharing!

and here's a peak at Elizabeth's dresser and mirror 'before'  . . .

Next up this week is Krystie's coffee table. It looks great restyled in Miss Mustard Seed's rich Artissimo blue. I love how the top was kept natural . . . looks like kitty likes the restyled table too!

Thanks for sharing Krystie! 


Another fairly recent restyle using Artissimo is this sweet little bookshelf restyled by Andrea. Again I love the top kept in the original natural wood - and the addition of the wooden drawer/basket looks so cute in the bottom shelf! Nice work Andrea - thank you for sharing!

Here's a look at the shelf before it was restyled - this piece was actually purchased as a paint project from our inventory by Andrea this past summer:


This sweet little bedside table was also restyled over the summer. This one was done by Erin using Fusion's Inglenook - another watery blue/green colour that looks beautiful on almost anything! The second picture shows how great it looks with the rest of the room - beautiful! Thanks for sharing Erin!

As always, thank YOU for sharing your projects with me - I love showing off all your hard work and creativity!

If you have restyled something in your home using products from Mango Reclaimed and want to be featured on What'cha workin' on Wednesday?!?, please e-mail your before and after pictures to [email protected].

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