My $15 thrift store pine coffee table, chalk painted and lightly glazed. For the top, I first tried to stain it using a vinegar/steel wool stain, but it came out blotchy and not to my liking. So I changed course and dry brushed several layers of thinned off white chalk paint. Glazed it again lightly, then applied two coats of water based poly finish. Now it looks a lot like driftwood.
How to Make a DIY Farmhouse Dining Room Table: Restoration Hardware Knockoff
Hey there! Join us on Instagram and Pinterest to keep up with our most recent projects and sneak peeks! Hey there! I’ve been moving right along trying to fill up all of the empty rooms in our new house. This week I moved into our dining room and I have been dying to build this …
The Unhandy Man's Guide to Building a Dining Room Table & Bench