White Farmhouse Table Makeover

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I just had to rescue this table and chairs. It had seen better days, but I knew it had tons of potential.
The detail on the legs of both the table and chairs was amazing, but it was getting lost in the dark stain.
The fabric on the chair was not great, but I knew I had the solution for them!!!
All this table needed was some {afilink} "Picket Fence" by Fusion Mineral Paint and some sand paper to rough of the edges a little bit.
I was super excited to recover the chairs as well. I have been collecting burlap sacks whenever I find them. They are full of color and character and I use them on many different projects. These chairs were the perfect pieces to use up some of the stack that has been growing in my closet.
This table looks totally different!!!! It is fresh and new and has come a long way from when I rescued it!!

To see the full tutorial and find out the one tool I love that makes projects like this go a lot faster, visit my blog! http://mycreativedays.porch.com/white-farmhouse-table/
Suggested materials:
  • Picket Fence by Fusion Mineral Paint   (Amazon)
Lindsay Eidahl
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  • Nan15073974 Nan15073974 on Dec 19, 2016
    If you leave it outdoors in the grass, what stops it"s legs and feet from rotting?

  • Renee Renee on Dec 19, 2016
    Stephie what is the value of it because I have my husband's Gradparents ab and chair just like this store in a shed?

  • Annette Doyle Wells Annette Doyle Wells on Jan 20, 2017
    How is the burlap to sit on? Is it soft or prickly?

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