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Rustic Farmhouse Table Using Paint and Glaze

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If I was being kind I would describe this table as having a maple finish. But the truth of the matter is it was downright filthy and was covered in grime, soot, sticky something, etc. But the price was right at $8, so I shelled out the cash and brought it home.
  • rustic farmhouse table using paint and glaze, painted furniture
I had to clean and disinfect the table before I could even take a before picture! I planned to give it a rustic farmhouse look, so the first step was to sand the top smooth.
  • rustic farmhouse table using paint and glaze, painted furniture
I debated whether to stain the top or paint it, but in the end I decided to paint it.
  • rustic farmhouse table using paint and glaze, painted furniture
I painted the base of the table in Duck Egg Blue and used 220-grit sandpaper to distress the paint.
  • rustic farmhouse table using paint and glaze, painted furniture
For the top I applied a thin coat of Old White to get a translucent finish.
  • rustic farmhouse table using paint and glaze, painted furniture
Then I applied an uneven coat of a contrasting color, Coco, to add some dimension to the overall finish. Next I hand sanded the top to diminish the contrast and blend the colors.
  • rustic farmhouse table using paint and glaze, painted furniture
I applied a coat of soft clear wax and then applied decorative glaze. This step is a little scary at first!
  • rustic farmhouse table using paint and glaze, painted furniture
I wiped off the glaze until I got the look I wanted. The glaze is very easy to work with, especially over a waxed finish.
  • rustic farmhouse table using paint and glaze, painted furniture
Now the table is clean and fresh, but it still has a time worn look! The table has a smaller footprint which makes it perfect for small spaces. The drop leaves can be extended when extra space is required. I'm currently searching for some chairs to pair with the table.
  • rustic farmhouse table using paint and glaze, painted furniture
Despite using multiple colors, it still has a neutral color scheme.
  • rustic farmhouse table using paint and glaze, painted furniture
If you're interested in achieving a similar look, then I'd like to invite you to stop by my blog for more photos, instructions, and a detailed supply list.
http://theblacksheepshoppe.blogspot.com/2016/10/get-rustic-farmhouse-look-with-paint.html

Materials I used for this project:

  • Annie Sloan Chalk Paint & soft clear wax
  • Orbital sander & various sandpaper
  • Decorative glaze, foam brush & shop towels

To see more: http://theblacksheepshoppe.blogspot.com/2016/10/get-rustic-farmhouse-look-with-paint.html

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