I scraped the veneer top off of it. Even though it was peeling up the rest was stuck tight. So I wet it all down and waited a bit and took my hammer and a thin chisel ever so patiently scraped it off. (well there might have been a bad word or two)
I then painted the body with Annie Sloans chalk paint in scarlet. Then waxed the whole thing with the dark wax. I stained the top. Which the top definitely has a rustic look to it which I love.
|I could see this being a buffet,tv stand or even an island in a kitchen.|
|I was debating last night how marvelous it would look in my living room.|
|Of course Mr. Sn was like what about the one we have in our lv room? I said we could trade it out...|
He just rolled his eyes.
Isn't that part of the fun of this business though trading things out?
Men just don't get it.
Well that dream was short lived because it sold last night.
Hope you all have a great week!
Those of us in the midwest stay cool!!