This is just another great example of a quality made piece of furniture (Thomasville) that had loads of potential but was however, looking its age. What we really, really love is the distinctive s-curve legs that was prominent during the Rococo period.
So how did we take it Ordinary to Extraordinary? First we did our normal prepping ( sanding & priming) next we applied three different color of paints (using a wire brush & steel wool after each layer, to add a weathered, wood grain look)
Here's the link with step by step instructions
Next we made a custom stencil (Thanks Amber)
The "one of a kind" design was applied using creamy white paint and a foam brush.
The table was then lightly sanded and finally ..... coated with our favorite dull polyurethane.
After the table was finished I sat back and admired its beauty and it was then that I realized all the long hours it took to take a wood table and paint it to look like... You got it, a WOOD table : \
Although you have to admit there really is no comparison between the before and after!
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Thanks for Looking : )