This table had me so confused to begin with, I fell in love with the design in the front and I knew I had to get this table. So in that excitement I painted it completely Coral and Gold but just after a few months I changed it again and this time I think I will stick with how it is. Hopefully !
This table came with its whole family, you guys can see how its brother which also got a makeover here.
Unlike the Hexagon Shaped brother this table was square and since I had stenciled that table aswell for some reason this also got the same treatment as well. I’ve been on the ” Stencil Everything That Comes My Way” train lately for some reason 😉
It was in a pretty decent condition, no damages just some stains and some scratches here and there. Nothing that couldn’t be fixed. And clearly I was in such a hurry to start painting that I didn’t even pause to take a proper before shot. Oh well this would do!
So Initially as I mentioned I had painted it Coral and Gold so most of my work was already done and the only thing which was bothering me was the color. So I chose these two shades of Behr one was Beet Root and the other was Racy Red in Matte. I mixed both of these together and then used my Homeright Finish Max Sprayer and I sprayed the entire table.
Hence before spraying the entire table I taped off a diamond pattern on top of the table as well as taped the front handles of the table which I had already painted Gold and I didn’t want to go back again and paint it Gold again 😉
I gave the table two coats of the paint and within five minutes I had a flawless finish.
I think this is the perfect amount of stenciling now. Don’t you think ?
The Aztec Lamp Makeover on the table also got a transformation.
And there you have it guys.
If you guys want to see what I’ve been up to, then be sure to check out these makeovers.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post but all thoughts, opinions and projects are 100% my own.