This makeover is one of those that when you start off you’re like what in the world will I do with this furniture piece but when its done you’re like oh WOW this actually looks really good.
So one fine morning I ended up with this little side table.
It was basically pretty basic!
It had a few scratches on top but just some minor ones that could be fixed easily.
Oh and did I mention it was painted in this green color. But I just had to have it because if I didn’t I would have eaten my poor husbands brain on what if I had the table? Should we have taken it when we had it the chance? Could it have been completely transformed? etc etc.
You get my point 😉
The Green color seriously blanked out all my creative ideas because I started working on this table just a few days ago and I’ve had it for more then three weeks now 🙂
But moving on, I received this beautiful Indian Inlay Stencil Furniture Kit and it was PERFECT for this table.
Finally this “basic green” table was about to have a new life. The color combination I was going for was a Red and Navy Blue kinda vibe.
So starting off the table got a good dose of Vivid by Velvet Finishes with my trusty HomeRight Finish Max Sprayer.
I gave the table two coats of Vivid.
When that was dry, it was time for some stenciling. The stencil kit that I had chosen comes in five pieces, stencil brushes and foam roller brushes so you can pick and choose which finish you like.
The color I chose for the stenciling part were two shades of blue by Velvet Finishes, one was Modern and the other was Handsome. I planned on alternating between both the colors.
The results were perfect and the paint didn’t seep out of the stencil at all.
It did take me a while to complete the table but in all honesty it was so much fun plus as soon as I was finished with one part the other side would be dry so I didn’t have to take any breaks. It was pretty much a smooth process.
Lastly I went over the table with my High Gloss Spray since I’m on this “Everything should have a shiny and glossy finish” train these days.
And that was it.
What do you guys think?
Disclaimer : This is a sponsored post but all thoughts, opinions and projects are 100% my own.