Ornate Antique Round Accent Table Highlighted With Tinted Glaze

Bring a piece of painted furniture to a whole new dimension by tinting your own glaze. It's an easy wipe on wipe off application that really pops intricate details. Learn how I did it on this antique side table.
Highight details by tinting your own glaze
I wish I had taken a before picture so you could truly appreciate the after. It was definitely worn out, faded and in need of some TLC.
I painted the base of the table with American Paint Company's Sackcloth and the top with Crushed Tea and then gave it a quick coat of Topcoat to create a barrier for glaze to glide over.
I mixed up a little of American Paint Company's Cameo (a pale pink) into their Clear Glaze and did a simple wipe-on / wipe-off application to highlight the beautiful ornate details of the table.
The top was sealed using a combination of both Clear and Dark Wax from American Paint Company. I love to create subtle variations on my finishes, why? 'cuz that's how I roll ~ lol!
Now that we have our own studio, I've lost the landscaped yard where I used to shoot my pictures. I'll have to see if I can plant something to create a better backdrop for next summer.
For more details on this piece or any of our other painted furniture, visit: www.shizze-design.com or stop by our Shizzle Design Studio at 2018 Chicago Drive, Jenison, MI 49428. A hui hou!!

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