So like almost every redo I forgot to take greta pics before or even during. I bought this coffee table at a shop solid wood for like $80 bucks 3 years ago. It has been a great table but it just need that something extra. With all the stuff I do for my Salty Sisters Junk Business you would think I would have a really great house... Wrong... I feel like its very vanilla... so this is the table top.
and this is the base... I think it is some mexican antique reproduction thing, but it was solid wood and very sturdy.
I made chalk paint in turquoise... Now this isn't chalkboard paint, this stuff just has a nice chalky finish and it distresses very well. 1 part calcium Carbonate, 2 parts paint and a dash of water. This is after i sanded the edges.
This is after glazing with a dark glaze.
Chris staining the boards that he thoroughly distressed
close up of the details
It turned out great and we are so excited about our joint masterpiece!
It still need waxing and sealing.
Just a note on the wood. We did not go cheap on the lumber cause we wanted to showcase it so the table top wood cost about $50 from a specialty lumber yard.
Enjoy! now onto our headboard project:)