Herringbone End Table Makeover

Easy
When I moved out of my parents home, I received a set of old furniture they purchased when I was an infant: a coffee table, an end table, an old sofa set. The coffee table had a recent makeover. It was past time for the end table to receive a fresh start too!
First, I sanded the end table with 220 grit sandpaper.
I applied 3 coats of General Finishes Key West Blue chalk paint. I love this color. I was a little nervous at first because light pale colors is not a typical look that I go for, but this color was perfect for the piece.
Once the base coat dried, I taped the table's surface in a herringbone pattern. I painted alternate sections with white chalk paint.
Snow in Alabama?!
I really like the new look of the end table. I'm in love with this Key West Blue too.
Continue reading on the blog for more steps and pictures!

Handmade with Ashley
Want more details about this and other DIY projects? Check out my blog post!
Go

Frequently asked questions

Have a question about this project?

  1 question
  • Lori Lori on Jan 24, 2016
    Ashley, am I going crazy or is the paint in the can and the first picture of the table painted, greyish brown? Then it turns to a turquoise blue. Did I miss something or is it just on my iPad?

Comments

Join the conversation

2 of 7 comments
Next