Thursday, July 11, 2013

Herringbone Drop Leaf Table

I'm busy working on some furniture and accessories for the Sweet Clover, and I wanted to share one of my latest projects.

Photo from the Sweet Clover Facebook Page
This table was in ROUGH shape when I picked it up. It was painted lime green with a really crummy paint job, and the top of it was all kinds of beat up. I decided to strip and power sand the top. I stained the top with General Finishes Java Gel stain, and put a layer of Varathane poly to seal the stain so that it wouldn't bleed through the painted pattern. Then I measured and taped off the herringbone pattern, and painted two coats of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Duck Egg. I painted the rest of the piece Duck Egg and sanded it all down with a super fine grit sanding sponge. I opted to seal the table with poly since I had already sealed the stain with poly and I figured it would be more durable. 



I love it! It will be available in my space at Sweet Clover next weekend. Hope to see you there!

2 comments:

  1. love love this! and catching up now- when i switched from google reader to bloglovin for some reason your blog didn't transfer so i've corrected it! no wonder i missed your super sweet post! :)

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