My New Coffee Table Make-Over! April 10, 2013

Do you have a room in your house that doesn’t feel finished?

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For me, that would be our living room. I have been wanting for it to be more comfortable.
So, I replaced a glass topped coffee table, with an antique Chinese chest. I wanted something you could put your feet up on. The antique chest missed the mark. It’s now sitting comfortably in the rarely used den.

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So, low and behold, I found a wonderful, round, vintage coffee table, recently.

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It had a shiny, butter yellow paint job, that needed to go bye-bye.

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But, check out those legs! Nice, huh? I knew that the little nicks to the table top would show up real well, if I just painted over it. So, I lightly textured the entire tabletop with Glacage, before Mr. Wonderful sprayed it with Maison Blanche’s beautiful Pecan furniture paint.

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Applying the Glacage to the old table top, gave it texture. If I squint real hard, it has almost a suede/leather finish now.

Nothing remains the same, except for change! What about you?

P.S.: There’s still room in Saturday’s 3-Hour Milk Paint Furniture Painting Class, on Saturday at 11 a.m.

Call 916/514-5272, if you’d like to attend!

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  1. Wendi @ Classic Chic Home on April 11, 2013 at 6:46 am

    A round coffee table is a great choice for your living room, Barbara! I love the finish you chose!
    ~ Wendi

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