In order to get our flooring done in our house, I need to clear the shop so that we have a place to move our furniture. Clearing the shop means all of those ” I’ll get to it one day” projects have to either get sold as is, or finally get done. I just couldn’t let this one go as is.
It is an Ethan Allen end table probably from the 80’s. A friend called to let me know she had a bunch of small tables that a renter left behind.
This beauty was just waiting to find her way back. She was just waiting for a facelift. I found the perfect gray color in the oops bin at Home Depot for $8.00. You may see this particular color again. I have two more end tables needing love.
First I scraped and sanded the roughest spots and spray painted with metal paint the hardware a soft gold. The first coat of paint was was rough.
I was worried but she turned out beautiful. She sold on marketplace in 12 minutes. I am so happy to see her go to someone who is excited to have her in her home.
It feels good to have my paint clothes back on.
I would love hear from you.
2 thoughts on “Clearing out The Shop”
Wow!! How am I just now finding you?? I have scoped your blog for the last two hours! I’m amazed!
But this piece right here, I would love for you to share with me how your process of “antiqueing” (sp?)
Do you use a glaze over the paint? It’s GORGEOUS!!!!
I completely forgot about that piece. My favorite of all time is way back- search for Dresser to Mudroom Bench. It was a great piece.