Sunflower Stained Highly Top Table Makeover

Misty Gaines-Johnson
by Misty Gaines-Johnson
4 Materials
30 Minutes
Picked up this free high top table and five chairs some time back and just wasn't sure what I wanted to do.
I started by sanding but leaving a lot of the finish on to give it a rustic look
I drew on my sunflower to the table top.
I stained the sunflower and sealed the entire piece with wipe on poly.
Finished top view
Finished chair with new leather seating
Close up of table top.

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Suggested materials:
  • Stain   (Local swipe swap site for free)
  • Wipe on poly
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  • Katy Katy on Oct 24, 2017

    So is the Lazy Susan the center of the Sunflower?

  • Carmela Steffe Carmela Steffe on Jul 25, 2021

    Did you have any problems with the stain bleeding into the unstained parts of the sunflower? If so, what did you do? It's absolutely beautiful!

  • Leslie B Leslie B on May 21, 2022

    Is the Sunflower free hand or did you have a stencil?? Thanks

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