Did you hear I’m going to the Lucketts Market this weekend?! I leave tomorrow and am SO EXCITED!! I get to go shopping at one of the coolest antique markets in the country AND meet some amazing bloggers! I can’t wait for this fabulous weekend to begin! It’s going to be so fun! I’ll definitely be sharing photos along the way, so be sure to follow me on Instagram to keep up with what I’m up to! In the meantime, I wanted to share this cute ladder back chair with you. I got this chair from my soon-to-be-sister-in-law last summer. She’s my honorary “picker” and loves to find cute pieces for me! Her finds have been some of my favorite projects I’ve worked on and this one is no different. The stain color on this chair was super outdated and the upholstery was just plain ugly, but it had potential. When I finally decided it was time for a makeover I thought I’d try a little something new. I picked up a can of Maison Blanche vintage furniture paint in Bayou Blue from Painted Farmgirl and Friends in Hudsonville, MI and got to work. I know what you’re thinking…”WHAT?! She didn’t use Annie Sloan Chalk Paint??” Yep, you heard me right, I tried a new furniture paint! The world has officially stopped! 😉 I had a friend suggest this paint recently and thought I’d try it out even though I’ve always loved ASCP. At first I was nervous to try a new paint, but I actually really loved it. Plus the wax is SO easy to apply! Oh, and it’s super easy to distress! I really loved working with the paint and the wax, but don’t worry I’m not giving up on ASCP! There’s definitely a place for both of them in my heart! Plus, this just opens up a ton of new color possibilities for me, too! And this fabric is one of my new faves! It’s so pretty and versatile. It really goes with so many paint colors. You know how I told you I got my paint from Painted Farmgirl and Friends? Well, when I was there, I got to talking with the owner, Jana, and after some discussion with my hubby, I decided to rent a booth there! The store is just over 2 hours away from our home, but it’s so cute and it really is the exact place I was looking for to sell my furniture. It was such an answer to prayer! There are all different vendors there and each one is unique. It just seems like the perfect place for my furniture and I’m really excited to have found it! Plus Jana, the owner, is so nice and helpful, it just makes the experience that much better! I’m so excited to have my pieces there! Here’s another shot of the booth. I just got done with the duncan phyfe table and chairs and haven’t even had a chance to blog about them. Hopefully next week I’ll be able to share more pictures with you, but until then, here’s a quick preview. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to be there for the grand opening this Saturday (May 18), but If you’re ever in the Hudsonville area be sure to check out Painted Farmgirl and Friends and stop by my booth! Have a great weekend friends! *Sharing this project at Savvy Southern Style, Home Stories A to Z, and Funky Junk Interiors along with many other favorite blogs you can check out on my “Where I Party” page.