So you guys saw my Dining Room Reveal Part 1 last week, where you saw how I installed the beautiful removable Wallpaper.
Incase you didn’t, do hop on over and see how I transformed this space in under $50.
But today I will show you guys how I achieved the Marbled Effect on my Dining Table.
OKAY so before we dive into todays project, you guys have to see my Master Bedroom Final Reveal, it is complete and I could not be more happier with the result. You guys need to stop everything and head on over there first. No kidding!
Here is a little refresher on how it actually looked Before
And now it looks like this!
Love how interesting and unique it looks.
And Yes! I did give it a makeover before which you can see here in my, Stenciled Dining Table Set post.
Don’t get me wrong I did love the makeover but I just wanted a change plus it just didn’t fit in with my Dining Room decor anymore.
The stenciling was clashing with the Turquoise and Gold Medallion Wallpaper as a background.
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I used a couple of shades of Metallics from Gold, to Copper, to Silver and Rose Gold. I did add a plain yellow color and grey color as well.
I mixed the colors individually in disposable cups and added water to thin it out so it would be easier to swirl around and create a marbled effect.
You can also see my DIY Marbled Bar Cart post to see a step by step on how I use the same technique to create an Art piece.
Since this table was already stenciled on top, I did give it a quick coat of a white paint so it was somewhat of a blank canvas.
I poured the colors one by one onto the table and slowly tilted it so that the paint could move around.
Let the excess paint drip down the sides.
This video below will show you guys how easy this whole process was from start to finish.
And this is how the tabled ended up looking.
The final step was painting the legs of the table.
For the chairs I used a combination of Grey and Metallic Gold.
But I completely spray painted the chairs using Rust-Oleum Gold Spray Paint.
The chairs needed two coats to give it full coverage.
When that was dry I painted a coat of the grey paint and then blended in the Gold, while it was still wet.
I let the chairs and table dry completely for two days and the final step was to give it a sealant coat using Mod Podge in a Gloss Finish.
And there you have it.
What do you guys think?
The chairs complemented the table perfectly.
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