This table set was beautiful, but it didn’t match the style in the room at all.
With some of our favorite chalk paint, this dining table brought the whole room together.
This table was sitting at the thrift store for over a month because no one wanted it.
It’s amazing what chalk paint, a new stain, and re-upholstered chairs can do.
You could see every scratch and nick on this table, and it didn’t look good.
By leaving on some of the finish, this became the perfect setting for a hand-drawn sunflower.
This table was headed for the trash with its mismatched leaf and worn finish.
The mauve table legs compliment the newly sanded and stained table top.
You could see the water marks left on this leaf table from years of use.
The blue color sits brightly against dark stain, and the birds are just beautiful.
You can see that bright “natural” wood color that clearly shows its date. (Viva Las DIY).
The white legs and dark stained top was all this table needed to bring it to the millennium. (Viva Las DIY).
These were bought for very cheap, but they looked hideous when put together.
This table and chairs look like they were made for each other now.
This table was beyond due for a refinishing.
This table got a whole new look with some paint and stencils.
This table had so much brown going on that it hid the beautiful wood details.
This table was finally able to show off its details and match the room.