Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Dining Set Makeover


When we moved into our North Shore Bungalow, several pieces of furniture came with the house.  The kitchen table and chairs were one of them.

I am not a fan of light colored wood.  As soon as we moved the table and chairs to the dining room I immediately knew that not even a pretty table cloth will work.  I knew I was going to have to paint it.

This picture was taken today (9/17/14) of the chairs out on the deck preparing for their transformation.

I used Americana Decor chalk paint in Carbon.  The 16 oz. container was enough for three chairs so I will need to head back to Home Depot to get another jar to paint the fourth  and last chair.



Here is the table after I sanded and stained the top with the wood color I love.  I then used Americana Decor Everlasting chalk paint for the legs and skirts.  I used Annie Sloan's clear and dark wax for the finishing touch on the whole table.

It was a lot easier than I thought it was going to be.  I started last Friday and finished the following Tuesday.  It helped that we had a beautiful Autumn day, in the 60's cool and dry.



I'm thrilled with the end results, I can now move on to my next project. :)

Until next time,
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    1. LOL, you're too cute Monique! Merci! :) <3

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    1. Thank you! and all is right in the world! ;)

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  3. Great job on the table and chairs. Look 100% better. I love it.

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