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Change the Look of your Dining Room Table

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I know you have to get your paint courage on, but you can do it!
Go from formal black to farmhouse wood and white.
You can find more details at : http://lakegirlpaints.blogspot.com/2013/02/dining-table-black-to-farmhouse-natural.html
  • change the look of your dining room table, painted furniture
  • change the look of your dining room table, painted furniture
  • change the look of your dining room table, painted furniture
  • change the look of your dining room table, painted furniture

To see more: http://lakegirlpaints.blogspot.com/2013/02/dining-table-black-to-farmhouse-natural.html

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  • Deb Hrabik
    Deb Hrabik Union, NE

    Thanks Becky! Another Husker here,
    Deb

  • Z
    Z

    Oh I didn't even notice that Deb. I had to look up where Union was. I see you're too terribly far from me.
    Hubby and I are Hawkeyes by birth, but I moved here in the sixties with my folks, moved back to Iowa in the late seventies, met my hubby and

  • Gail Salminen

    @Deb Hrabik what a great job. I liked the before set, but I think you have nailed the character the way you finished it. Thanks for sharing :)

  • Deb@homewardFOUNDdecor

    Great job! I had the same bar-height table that I used in my studio, but I was lazier than you.... I just covered the whole black thing with two coats of KILZ primer and then white gloss paint. It was a workhorse of a desk with GORJUS legs ;)

  • Laurie Harry
    Laurie Harry Tucker, GA

    So glad I saw this post. I found a roadside castoff last weekend of a dining table with pedestal support - huge, heavy, solid wood, oval top. I've been thinking about how to refinish and I think you've helped me decide. White pedestal bottom, natural

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