FARM HOUSE TABLE AND CHAIRS REDO & A MARRIAGE!


Seeing that the dining room can be seen from the kitchen I wanted everything to be Farmhouse style. So I brought in a Better Homes & Gardens table that I bought new in the box from Good Will and I gave it the paint treatment as I did on the kitchen cabinets using Rustoleum paint a scraper and a yardstick for making the faux wood panel lines. I added the stencil/ vinyl spackling treatment to the chair tops and painted them in black. And also a surprise furniture "Marriage". I also had a light colored bench that I painted black and used that same farm house technique. NO sandpaper was used for this procedure.
farm house table and chairs redo a marriage, painted furniture
The table started as a maple colored wood that I gave a good sanding to before painting , The places that I used the scraper I just painted some all weather light brown stain to avoid more peeling so that the stain sealed everything well.
farm house table and chairs redo a marriage, painted furniture
Just love Black and white!
farm house table and chairs redo a marriage, painted furniture
This is the chair before with the spackle treatment if it seems that there are too much rough ness just do a simple light sanding.
farm house table and chairs redo a marriage, painted furniture
I just added a little light wax to the stencil
farm house table and chairs redo a marriage, painted furniture
The bench was given the same Farm house glory!
farm house table and chairs redo a marriage, painted furniture
Srubbable and functional
farm house table and chairs redo a marriage, painted furniture
A before of the bench
farm house table and chairs redo a marriage, painted furniture
Alittle peek at the furniture marriage, In theleft hand corner is my black bakers rack, I had a vintage wooden dresser mirror seeing that the mirror broke I was looking for a place to put this , it fits perfect with the bakers rack.
farm house table and chairs redo a marriage, painted furniture
Another of the bakers rack, this actually works well because it protects glassware from slipping off a well
farm house table and chairs redo a marriage, painted furniture
I made a skirt out of some whispy material so I could use the large bottom for storage . Come join me at Sweet Tea N' Salty Air to see more

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Lisa@ Sweet Tea N' Salty Air

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