Diane
Diane
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Stacking Tables


Stacking tables from plain and boring to cute and sweet. Bought these for cheap and I knew what I wanted to do to them. Sold them as soon as I posted them.
stacking tables, painted furniture
Nothing special about these 2 tables.
stacking tables, painted furniture
Started with a base coat of Zinser 1-2-3 primer. Painted both tables with Annie Sloan Old White chalk paint. Put tape down where I wanted the white lines to show.
stacking tables, painted furniture
Painted the teal table and the navy one leaving me white spaces where I had taped.
stacking tables, painted furniture
Stenciled both tables.
stacking tables, painted furniture
Painted and 2 coats of wax and lots of buffing.
stacking tables, painted furniture
Love these and so did my sister-in-law. They now reside in her home.

Suggested materials:

  • Annie Sloan chalk paint and Final Touch wax

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2 questions
  • Pat O'Driscoll
    on Dec 6, 2016

    Did you stencil the tops ,if so where did you get the stencil at ?

    • Diane
      on Dec 6, 2016

      I had these in my stash but I think I bought them on Amazon.

  • Arlene Hibbler
    on Dec 6, 2016

    Did you have to sand down the tables before applying the chalk paint?

    • Diane
      on Dec 6, 2016

      No. I gave them a good scrub then applied the Zinsser 1-2-3 primer then painted with chalk paint.

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