Hey guys! I’m still working on items for the vintage market, and that includes some small furniture as well. I painted this small table over the weekend:
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First, I primed it with my favorite primer since reddish wood almost always bleeds through.
Then I imperfectly painted it in Annie Sloan’s Coco Chalk Paint, and after that dried I painted over the Coco with Old Ochre Chalk Paint.
Finally I distressed it by sanding all over so that the wood and the Coco peek through from underneath. And here she is…..
I just love the style and the details in this little table.
The distressing really brings out the lines and curves and the beautiful texture.
I ended up sealing it with MasterClear topcoat, since I had it nearby from the metallic nightstand that I just painted.
What do you think of my small table makeover? I’d love to know! Leave your thoughts in a comment below. 🙂 Now I have to go work on more market projects…….
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