Re Purposed Old Table With Dixie Belle Paint

3 Materials
$40
2 Hours
Easy
Update old, damaged furniture with a little bit of chalk paint and a stencil to bring it new life!
By: Gathered in The Kitchen
I was given this piece of furniture from my mom and to be truthful I’m not exactly sure what kind of end table, side table, magazine table it is. However, it had a beautiful top that was water damaged but that was it. The rest of the table was in great condition. So I knew with a little bit of love and paint, I could have it looking gorgeous again.
I began asking my readers on which color was their favorite choice.


Preparing The Wood
Once I had the color nailed down, my son and I got to chip off the top water damaged piece one bang at a time…
Creating A Stencil Design
I created my stencil using my .
Then I got busy painting!
I recently and I can honestly say I am in love. I have painted a lot of everything in my life and have used so many different kinds of paint, so I feel I am a pretty good judge of paint. I always shy away from painting furniture or large pieces because it’s so much work. The prep needed before you can paint is such a pain in the butt and time-consuming. Plus, then when you are finally ready to paint and start applying it, it always shows paint strokes (even if you use certain products to hide the brush marks), and the paint always pulls back up when you go back over it with the brush. So, you can understand my excitement when I finally found a product that required no prep work and applied like butter!!
I painted the entire table in . Which is paint color #1 on the sample photos above. I think I am literally in LOVE with this color! It’s the perfect combination of gray and tan mixed together. I originally thought it would have a green hue to it because of the name “sage” but honestly it doesn’t.
You can purchase Dixie Belle Paint using my special promotion code just for my readers and save some extra money!
Why I Love Dixie Belle Paint
  • Beyond easy to use! I mean, literally
  • Creates a flat rich finish that is easily distressed on furniture or crafts
  • No sanding or priming. No VOC’s
  • Creates no brush marks
  • Doesn’t “peel” off wet paint when applying more
  • Requires only one coat
  • Water-based so only water is required to wash out your brushes
  • Dries within minutes
  • A little goes a really long way!
And again…no sanding or priming required!!! Super win for a busy mom!
Painting A Stencil on Wood
  1. Apply stencil (again I created mine using my )
  2. Let paint dry
  3. Remove stencil
Apply a wax or satin finish if desired
I am absolutely in love with how pretty it looks!!
Dixie Belle Paint is the Easy Peasy Paint at a Sweet Southern Price!
These color combos are perfect!
http://gatheredinthekitchen.com/2018/04/04/repurposed-old-table-with-chalk-paint-and-stencil/
By: Gathered in The Kitchen
Suggested materials:
  • Dixie Belle Paint - Dried Sage   (https://dixiebellepaint.com/dried-sage-chalk-paint/)
  • Dixie Belle Paint - Vintage Duck Egg   (https://dixiebellepaint.com/vintage-duck-egg-chalk-paint/)
  • Dixie Belle Paint - Drop Cloth   (https://dixiebellepaint.com/drop-cloth-chalk-paint/)
Dixie Belle Paint Company
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