ANTIQUE SIDEBOARD NO. 2 - What's your preference?


I posted this sideboard last week asking for users opinions on what paint treatment to do on it. So many people said to NOT paint it. I compromised and painted part of it and refinished the rest. It is painted in oil satin black with a poly clear coat and very lightly distressed. The top has been stained and clear coated and the wood has been restored with a tinted wiping varnish. As a finishing touch, I lined the drawers with a heavy weight cotton fabric.
Jacqui
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The After Photo
The After Photo
Detail of distressing
Fabric lined drawers
The Before Photo

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3 questions
  • Renee Sine
    on Oct 18, 2016

    Can you tell me what paint and varnish you used please? I love your piece!!!

  • Brenda Dillard
    on Oct 18, 2016

    How long did it take you to strip it and re vamp it? I have one almost identical except it has become black over the past 40+ years from using wood and gas to heat the home.

  • Lori
    on Aug 21, 2018

    I've been saving a brown hutch for a cooler weather project. I also want to paint most of it Planck and leaves some stain Brown places. QUESTION. What can I put over the stain if I want to change it? Do I have to strip it first? It very red and I need to Brown. Anything would be better. I hate to paint it Brown but that may be there alternative. I'm stuck.

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