Two end tables treated to a makeover using Americana Decor Chalky Paint in Relic.
Relic is a beautiful blue/gray color.
Both needed a heavy sanding because of numerous stains and gouges.
Plus it was factory distressed with fake marks.
This one had its base.
The one of top had lost its base, but it really did not matter.
The end tables are Pennsylvania House - good wood and construction.
The tables were made to sit in the middle of a room with finished backs.
Before sanding and applying satin varnish.
And the after.
Relic changes with the application of different waxes or varnishes.
The sides have handles which cannot be removed because of the partitions on the inside.
So I painted the handles and the door hinges.
I sanded to have peeks of the brass showing.
The inside of each was cleaned and waxed.
I sprayed the knobs gray.
The knobs had been replaced at some time and did not match.
Perfect for magazine storage.
Since they are two different heights, I did not price them as a pair.
Available in Booth C-23 at Riverfront Antique Mall, North Augusta, South Carolina.
I am happy to say I am almost finished getting ready for the farm sale.
Now fingers crossed there is NO rain!