I didn’t tell a fib when I posted that I’m in my “painting and beautifying” phase.
I painted on and off all weekend. That means I have another project to share with you.
It makes me smile to look at these two tables!
One is totally in your face and the other is a little more stately.
This heavy solid wood coffee table had a place in my living room for years. My 8 year old granddaughter danced on it as a toddler. Her dad ( my son) couldn’t believe we would let her do such a thing. Hey, just because we didn’t let our kids do it doesn’t mean the grandkids can’t! The table has been replaced by a cedar chest/coffee table that stores our second granddaughter’s toys. If she wants to dance on that chest when she gets old enough, it will be perfectly all right with me.
And this cute little table came from My Favorite Junk Shop.
It’s different from my usual furniture finds. I like it.
I chose CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk/Clay Paint in Carolina Sun Yellow for the little sassy table and Reclaim Licorice for the more conventional table.
I distressed both tables using my electric sander and 60 grit sandpaper. I used Minwax ployacrylic as a sealer on the CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk/Clay Paint. The Reclaim paint is a primer, paint, and sealer all-in-one.
They contrast nicely, don’t they.
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Tags: CeCe Caldwell's Chalk/Clay Paint, diy, furniture, paint, painted furniture, Reclaim, thrift