A Nautical Stool

6:16:00 AM

A Vintage stool get's a nautical makeover...




A coat of white chalk paint, then Duck Egg on the seat and
on the bottom of the legs for a "dipped" look...


Then an anchor silhouette followed by a coat of 
clear wax and a coat of dark wax to give the stool an aged look...



Anchors Away!

(This stool was bought by a Navy man
who was so happy to find a stool with an anchor!)


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10 comments

  1. Nice! Love all nautical at the moment!
    Nice dipped legs;)
    Thank ou for sharing, Susan
    Love and hugs
    Lydia

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  2. Ooooooooooh, love it! I totally would have grabbed it for my beachy porch!

    Jeanine

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  3. Love this Susan.
    I see a lot of the dipped leg effect on Pinterest.
    Nautical seems to be the "In thing" in my area.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Sandi

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  4. That's so cool that it went to a Navy man!

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  5. Hey there!!! Catching up on your blog this morning. When I saw this stool, I thought about a blog I follow called Inspiration Avenue. The theme this week is nautical. You out to link this to that party.

    Hope all is well. Have a great week ahead!

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  6. HEY IS Shel from Inspiration Ave. Love your stool so perfect and fitting!!!

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  7. A wonderful idea to paint an anchor on the stool. The colour of the background is so right, makes me think of battleship grey. I do love the way the anchor rope falls gracefully down to the leg of the stool.

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  8. Thanks for sharing your artistic stool! It belongs with a navy man for sure.

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