Category: Tables

Vintage End Table | Trash to Treasure

This vintage end table almost hit the burn pile, but instead it was rescued and made adorable with Vintage Duck Egg blue paint.


Vintage Dining Set Refresh

Dining sets may be the death of me one day! I am optimistic by nature, so as soon as I finish one, I get amnesia about what a struggle the table was.  Something about that big expansive flat surface, it just isn’t easy to get a uniform look.  And if anyone thinks it is, please […]

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End Table Intervention and How You Can Achieve a Farmhouse Look Too

end table after

Hi Friends!  This dark end table was surely headed for the trash heap. If you like a good before and after, you have landed in the right place today!   I didn’t get a picture of the cracked marble top, but you can imagine it wasn’t very attractive or functional.  I think that’s where most people would decide […]


Dining Table Makeover | How to Achieve an Old World Look with Paint & Stain

old world dining table

The weather has turned cool here in Wisconsin, and there has been plenty of rain.  Somehow rain and dark skies make my house feel cozy and give me permission to snuggle in a blanket and drink lots of coffee.  I do that anyhow, but the rain makes it feel cozier.  My client, Allison, has been […]

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Average End Tables Get a Stylish MCM Makeover

MCM end tables

I think my client, Theresa, will forgive me for saying this, but these two little end tables just scream big box store to me.  She thought the same thing, but she had the vision to request this transformation.  The tables belonged to her father, so since they had sentimental value, she wanted to make them […]


Farmhouse Finish White Cabinet

White was my first and only color choice for this table because I knew a distressed farmhouse finish would be adorable on this piece. Pure white is not the easiest color to paint, especially not over a vintage dark finish. You can run into bleed-through, which is when the dark stain keeps bleeding up through your paint no matter how many coats you do. To avoid that, I primed with a stain-blocking primer.