Painted End-table

The bedroom to people ratio in our home just went heavy on the people side leaving us wishing for one to two more extra rooms, or even just a den. As a result, our "office" shares space with the dining room. Not all the furniture matches, which is being remedied. I figure, if it can't be organized, at lease it can be color coordinated.

what is on the camera lens
 fogging up this photo?


Some neighbors moved out, tossing a bunch of "trash" on the curb, including this end-table. Very functional, very plain.

Miss Plain Jane

my FAVORITE brown spray paint color
seriously, I wish I had more things to spray this on! lol

in hindsight: the pieces unscrew....could have avoided this 

The legs were painted Almond by Rustoleum. I love how the lighter color on the legs highlights the decorative curves.

love those legs!
Sealed with 2 coats of Polycrylic in a Clear Satin finish, my new favorite sealant. Unlike Polyurethane, the Polycrylic doesn't yellow. 

outshining those
80's style banisters

like its gonna stay this orderly


  1. You transformed the "trash" into a true treasure. Good job of repurposing.

  2. It looks so so cute!! I love the colors you choose! Good luck keeping it so neat and tidy, my house is more like your reality photo, lol!


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