I found this great wooden table on my hunt this week for treasures.
It has great bones and is very sturdy even though it is delicate. I thought it would look good with a natural top and the base either painted or just revamped with hemp oil. I sanded down the top and sealed it with dark wax and hemp oil, but did not love the way it looked. I started to paint the base in white chalk paint and then thought I would try wiping it off and see how that looked. I wanted an aged/washed look. It looked great and I decided to go with it. I painted a section at a time and then wiped off the paint and it gave the table a driftwood/white wash look. I did the same to the top too. The table was then sealed with clear wax.
|The details pop now|
|My favorite part of the table|
|Flowers and Silver|
|I love how the paint stays in the crevices|
|I love the shape of the top|
|I think this table would look good in a foyer or entry way|
I really like how this piece turned out!
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