Salmon painted sideboard named “Frankie”

Hello friends!!! How are you all? While I haven’t been posting…I have been working very hard.   Today, I have a brand new furniture makeover to share with you.  I’m so excited!!!  Soooo…Let’s just get to it…

Frankie before - salmon painted sideboard Frankie full -salmon painted sideboard_ Frankie left side- salmon painted sideboard Frankie leg detail- salmon painted sideboard Frankie right front detail- salmon painted sideboard Frankie right side view- salmon painted sideboard Frankie top view- custom salmon painted furniture

“Frankie” is a salmon painted sideboard and her drawer fronts are papered with this fabulous floral paper.  I purchased the paper six months ago and decided to use it on this piece after my initial plan fell apart.  Does that kind of thing happen to others as often as it happens to me??   Oh well,  no worries.  Did you all see the brass detail on the legs???  I loved keeping that little detail.  “Frankie” makes me happy!  She is a cheerful, book loving, craft loving, hardworking sideboard.  These sideboards may be my favorite pieces….They are versatile because they work great in an entry way, an office, or a dining room.   She is listed for sale in my Etsy shop…here.    I’m sure I left out something, but I’m just thrilled to finally have a new piece to show you. I hope you all have a fabulous weekend!!




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6 Responses to Salmon painted sideboard named “Frankie”

  1. Reeves March 7, 2014 at 6:49 pm #

    Woohoo! Gorgeous, Meg! Love the salmon color with that gorgeous paper – I have been eyeing it online for a bit and it so pretty!

    • Meagan Tucker
      Meagan Tucker March 8, 2014 at 5:42 pm #

      Thanks Reeves! The colors in the paper are awesome! You should get some!

  2. Sonja Hurley March 7, 2014 at 8:56 pm #

    Meagan, yea!!! Wow–you HAVE been busy! So fun to see your newest piece. Frankie is wonderful! Actually, the brass rings on her feet was the first thing I noticed; had to keep that part of her personality! Bravo, girl!! Job well done. :)

    • Meagan Tucker
      Meagan Tucker March 8, 2014 at 5:45 pm #

      Thank you so much Sonja!!!! This was such a fun piece for me to create. I knew the brass rings would actually show up if they weren’t competing with the wood tone.

  3. Connie March 8, 2014 at 12:14 pm #

    My talented daughter…you keep surprising me. I see a cottage in sweet Frankie’s future. Such a charming piece. Love her and you!!

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