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Curbside Transformation (Part 2)

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I found this table on the side of the road a couple of months ago. I took the top off and made two tables out of it. The first table I painted lilac and silver. The second one needed some legs so my husband helped me attach them. I then painted it green with an oversized Greek key pattern in white.
  • curbside transformation part 2, home decor, painted furniture
  • curbside transformation part 2, home decor, painted furniture
  • curbside transformation part 2, home decor, painted furniture

To see more: http://mingledelements.com/2012/09/greek-key-table/

Got a question about this project?

  • Z
    Z

    I use one made by Elmer's Sharron.

  • Sharron W
    Sharron W Memphis, TN

    Well the one I have says Elmers and also looks kind of like white glue...Do Y'all buy the ones that are color matched? I saw those at the store....

  • Z
    Z

    The one I have is stainable and unfinished wood in color.

  • Donna R
    Donna R Lumberton, TX

    Sharron, you've got to let it dry overnight or all day. It's easy to sand once it's dried and after painting or staining, you don't even notice it was there.

  • Sharron W
    Sharron W Memphis, TN

    Well I found an old Silverware chest on the side of the road yesterday...made hubby drive me up to get it....since I saw it coming home with groceries and it was on that same little two lane road....I think they are either moving or got

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