Thanks for the lovely comments about my little table. There were a few questions which I'll answer here...
The colour is called Paradise Cove by British Paints. The table was stained timber so I used a power mouse sander to give it a good sand, then two coats of undercoat ($22) and two coats of the top coat ($33). I hardly used any of the paint so I want to justify the expense of the paint by painting lots of other things LOL.
Remember this Queen Anne stool that Tassy claimed for her reading corner?
She originally wanted it painted a very greeny kind of aqua, but since I had about 5/6 of the paint left in the blue tin I wanted to use that. Before I got to mention that she said "Oh mummy I LOVE that colour! It looks so awesome! Can you please paint my stool the same colour?". LOL. Sure can!
It was already painted off-white so I was going to just give it a light sand and then some top coats, but there were a few chunky chips taken out of the timber so I concentrated on smoothing out the chips then gave the whole thing one coat of undercoat, then two top coats. I temporarily covered the cushion in a piece of vintage sheeting but I plan on crocheting a granny rectangle cover (as opposed to granny square - I've found a tutorial!).
I also had a big beautiful glass jar that Moira bought me at an Op Shop. I painted the inside of the jar the same colour - I absolutely love how that turned out and it was soooo easy. Just pour it in and swirl it around.