LePetit French Bakery Table


Hi there friends!  Remember a few days ago I showed you how I did that cute little French Bakery Stencil?  As promised, today I am sharing the cute LePetit French Bakery Table as part of the Monthly Themed Furniture Makeover Series!

Here is what I started with:

Lots of deep dents and scratches, shredded veneer, but with a little TLC and paint look at her now… 

Croissants, anyone?

A better picture of the paint colors below; in some lighting it looks more gray, and then more cream in others.  
Check out her legs!!! 

I ended up stripping off all of the damages veneer and I might add that I didn’t do a very good job of it.  That sucker was adhered so tight that I had to chisel in a few places and damaged the top even further. 

Lots of sanding and lots of patience later I was able to turn the table into what I think looks like a well loved old heirloom farmhouse table that you may find in a quaint little family owned french bakery!
I painted/dry brushed the table in various layers of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Paris Gray and “oops” paint from Behr in a light cream. 
I added the stencil for the finishing touch: 
Paysde Forealquier
Le Petit Gateau
English Translation:
The French Bakery
Forealquier Country Provence
The Little Cake
I shared a step by step tutorial on how I painted the stencil and where you too can purchase the same IN THIS POST
It was super easy! 
Now that I am hungry, I am going to grab a french roll and take a look at my blogger friends’ projects.  Come join me! 


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  1. Larissa Prodigal Pieces

    What an ooh la, la, difference, Tami! Just beautiful. I need to get you hooked up with my wet-towel method for getting off veneer…I feel you patience pain!. 🙂

  2. Maria Elena

    Tami, it looks amazing! You are sooo good at re-purposing furniture. Love the stencil! xxx Maria

  3. Lindsay Eidahl

    Great transformation! I will be over to enjoy those goodies with you! 😉

  4. Christy James

    So pretty now, Tami! I hate when veneer gives me trouble…you just never know till you start prying it off. The result is beautiful and now I'm hungry too. 🙂

  5. Artsy Chicks Rule

    Ohh pretty Tami! I love the different paint effects too! 🙂

  6. Lucy Auburn

    Your labor of love was worth it for the transformation you gave it. I like how the lettering looks like it is raised with the technique that you used. ;o)

  7. Marie Blackburn

    Your patience paid off Tami, the table is gorgeous! Love how a few of us used Paris Grey for our French makeovers.

  8. Jeanette Chaney

    So very French! I adore the stencil!! Wonderful colors too.

  9. Paula@SweetPea

    I know this table had to have worked you to death but the end result of your hard work was well worth it. I love the paint color that you used and also the stencil that you put on top.

  10. Kimm Boes

    beautiful! Love the brushed finish, and I'm just a little jealous that you have French treats too! 🙂

  11. Jen @ Girl in the Garage

    It turned out so pretty, Tami! I agree that it could totally be from a French bakery. 🙂 I love the soft colors you chose.

  12. Christy Little

    Gorgeous! I love the French stencil! XXOO

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