Sunday, March 15, 2015

Six-Legged And Distressed About It


distressed painting, Valspar Bermuda Sand, table
Yep, this little table was six-legged and quite distressed about it.

I knew the cure depended on two sunny days with warm temps.


Got'em both last week.






The table is an interesting shape and perfect beside a chair with a lamp.

The finish was toast.

Every time I dusted (and that is not often!) part of the finish flaked off.

So I guess you could say the table was six-legged, distressed and a bit flaky.







Sanded all over.






















Revealed a slight problem with the veneer on the top.

Easily fixed with wood glue and a clamp.

And extra time for this to dry.












Ready to paint!























Valspar Bermuda Sand.

Sanded with a hand sander.

I know.

I took a distressed table, painted it, and distressed it again.

And it is still six-legged.

But not flaky!






There is a creamy pinkish undertone in this paint.


A clear coat of Minwax paste.














What!?!

No transfer?

No, not this time.

It can be found at Booth W-10, Riverfront Antique Mall in North Augusta, South Carolina.



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25 comments:

  1. I love the six legs. It's so unique. Nice job. I think you're wise not to go overboard and put a transfer on everything. A little variety makes a space worth looking through. Happy day!

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  2. A unique table.......love what you did to it!
    First 6 legged end stand I have ever seen.

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  3. What a charming little table! Great job!
    hugs,
    Linda

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  4. It looks great Donna! I love unique little tables like this!

    PS My little blue nightstand sold yesterday! :o]

    Tania

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  5. Cute post Donna ... Glad you gave her a new "distressing" look ... looks so much better.
    She should sell quickly.
    Enjoy your Sunday.
    Audrey Z. @ Timeless Treasures

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  6. Nice and you saved a "life."

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  7. Much better painted. I can see it creating a cosy spot for reading next to a comfy armchair.

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  8. I love it Donna. I'm in need of a little table...want to send it my way??!! ;-)

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  9. What a unique table - love it with it's fresh coat of distressed loveliness !!!
    xoxo

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  10. I really like that 6 legged table. I'm sure it was embarrassed to be so flakey.

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  11. Want an unusual table. Love that it's not flaky anymore. It turned out beautiful!

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  12. Miss Donna;
    As usual, You out do what most Anyone could have ever done with that Table!!!!
    Heavens Lady!!! :-) You give so many ideas, as well as advice and also "Posts, on how to make the Project"
    Thank God for You, as You bring so much JOY to so many people!!!!!
    I Hope that you and Chucks are Well. XO.

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  13. I love what you did to the table, Donna. It's very unique and fun!

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  14. Of course, I have a similar table and I love it! I had another, but gave it to Hannah. They're so charming! Yours looks great in white, Donna.

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  15. The table looks so nice that you fixed up Donna and love the color and finish too. Thanks so much for the sweet comment on my spring wreath I made. Hope you have a wonderful week.
    Julie xo

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  16. Thanks so much for visiting my blog and leaving your lovely comment, Donna! Glad to discover you. I love repurposing and redoing my thrifting finds, so I'll enjoy seeing what you do as well. The table looks great!

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  17. I thought this was going to be something about a spider missing 2 legs! Your table is lovely and I bet it sells fast!

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  18. What a pretty little table Donna! Love the six legs, and the distressing. Thank you for sharing it and your wax transfer bread board and all your junking finds at What We Accomplished Wednesdays. Have a great week!
    Blessings, Deborah

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  19. You are making these distressed pieces look "distinguished" now. You are finding the most unique tables... I think that catches peoples eye... six legged or not! :) Thanks so much for taking part in "let's Talk Vintage! "

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  20. Very beautiful !!

    Wilma. Shabby Royale

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  21. She's a beaut and although I love that she's 6 legged and distressed. I'm happy that she's no longer flaky! Thanks for sharing her with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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  22. So much charm, love little six legged tables!!!
    Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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