|Quick photo taken with my phone that was hidden under my shirt!!|
Bless his heart, he drove back to get it and it was still there, looking a bit worse for the wear but oh, the character!
|Look at this beauty!|
It actually sat in the middle of my kitchen for a couple of weeks and I was seriously tempted to keep it there. Never thought I really had room for a kitchen island but loved the extra counter space. But, it was a bit too short. So, I looked at it, and thought, looked at it, and thought and decided it would make a great coffee table. Time to get busy!
Chop go part of the legs, took the top off and started painting.
|Table with no top|
My hubby cut off about 2 inches down the side of the table top where there was a big gash, I sanded them and mixed a little leftover brown paint with clear glaze and water. Then, I simply painted the top with my mixture, let it set a minute, and wiped it back. Really let's the woodgrain show through! Painted the base of the table top with Heirloom White spray paint. Beautiful color!
|Love the rustic charm, even has a little warp in the tabletop.|
|Up close and personal|
|My DIY Rescue a.k.a. Curbside Beauty|
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