I found this little table a few years back at the Historic Roswell Antique Market and knew I would do 'something' with it, as I'm not much for splatter finishes.
I like the lines of it and it's sturdiness.
Ever since I got acquainted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, I love using it as a primer and base coat. Here I used white as the base. I then used 'rub 'n buff' gold to add some accents. I 'wing' it as I never know exactly what I am going to do next!
Next I made a wash out of black latex I had but it made it a bit more gray than I wanted. I always have 'raw umber' craft paint in my stash so I diluted it with some water and brushed over and it gave it sort of a grainy finish which I like.
Here's a close-up of the top.
All in all, pretty good! I did this for 'My Own One-Room Challenge'.
For those of you locals, Historic Roswell Antique Market is a fun place to go, I don't think I have ever left without something in my arms!
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