Country White End Tables

I am not usually an "end table rescuer", but this pair was just waiting for me to walk into the thrift store and see them.
Not only was there a pair, but the lion hardware and fabulous casters were amazing. They also had removable glass tops that were bursting with possibilities.
Sure, they had their knicks and bruises, but nothing a little Fusion paint couldn't fix. I chose to paint them in their "Champlain" color.
This color is a true country white to me. It was exactly what these tables needed.
I added weathered wood paper underneath the glass tops. WOW! It really finished the table off beautifully and added more character to them.
Not only have these end tables been rescued and made over, but they have changed my mind on picking up end tables. :-)
Lindsay Eidahl
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  • Sandra Allen Sandra Allen on Nov 10, 2016
    Could you use something like stones, glass nuggets or even pennies inside? I love this now I want to recover both my end tables!!

  • Mob1622901 Mob1622901 on Nov 11, 2016
    Wow! Amazing transformation. What paint/color did you use on the tables? Tks

  • Judy Schiffer Judy Schiffer on Jan 08, 2017
    Is the paper just cut and laid under the glass or did you decoupage it to the table?

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  • Leslie Graeber Leslie Graeber on Jan 25, 2017
    Love the paper detail.

  • Diana Deiley Diana Deiley on May 23, 2018

    Stole my heart with the awesome faux wood top! Beautiful and elegant yet beachy at the same time. So happy that you rescued these lovely tables. Hope you keep them. Thanks for sharing your wonderful project.

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