WOW…I am so in love with these chunky end tables! They certainly weren’t very impressive when I first saw them ~ it wasn’t love at first sight that’s for sure!
See what I mean, just a little outdated.
The first thing that needed to be done was to give them a fresh coat of CeCe Caldwell’s Vintage White Chalk Paint.Now we’re talking! I’ve got something to work with here!Next, I painted a coat of Seattle Mist and rubbed gently with a damp cloth to distress and bring out the white underneath. My client chose to leave the knobs in their original state. Not knowing for sure how they would look once the pieces were painted but I think they look GREAT and so does she. In fact here words were “These look like they could have come right out of Restoration Hardware.” What an awesome compliment and I’m so glad she’s happy!
I don’t always paint the inside of a cabinet but in this case I wanted to cover up a couple of stains from regular wear and tear. They look brand new now!A close up of the knob.I used several coats of Polycrylic on the tops. These will be both be for sale in my client’s store space and she likes to stack her furniture. I wanted them to be durable. By the way, her booth always looks incredible. I’ll share picture soon.
Ya know, I see chunky side tables all the time but these just have such cute little feet don’t you think?
I like how they each have their own personality and not identical.
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