Another of the sixties era storage tables.
This one dated October, 1969.
I have lost count of how many I have painted.
They are all male.
This one is a clean slate kind of guy.
He was in the traditional ugly, ugly brown.
Until he stood next to Mr. White Diamonds (here) while I was spraying white all over the place.
He was hit by the dreaded overspray.
He had to be sanded anyway.
The one thing above of other things I despise about these tables is the deep, dark storage area where creepy crawlies have field day games.
I always paint them in a light or white color.
No more hiding places.
One coat of Krylon Chalky Spray paint in Slate.
No, the color did not change.
The sunlight did.
When I saw the shadowed area on each side of the design, I painted Relic - a shade or two darker than Slate.
Look closely at the two on the left compared with the one on the right.
Repeated all the way around.
I did distress this table.
Just a little.
Flowers for a clean slate kind of guy.
No creepy crawlies!
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Tania From Little Vintage Cottage
(HERE) had an idea to ask a few blogging buddies to participate in a fun adventure.
We were to thrift shop, gift the goodies to a blogger Tania selected, and then do a makeover or two on the items.
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