Victorian Table Makeover

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Hello everyone! The weekend is finally here, yay!

I have a sweet little table makeover to share with you today.

Victorian table makeover

I'm not very educated about different furniture styles but I think this would be considered Victorian. I found it at a garage sale for just $5.00! Can you believe that price?! It was raining and cold that day and someone left the husband in charge so I think he just wanted to be done with the sale!


I decided to use the same Rust-Oleum Chalked Ultra Matte Finish Spray Paint that I used on the curb side barstools.


It took about 1 can and a half to do this table.


I wanted to leave the top natural, it's such beautiful wood.


I used Howard's Feed-N-Wax Wood Polish and Conditioner for the top. Here's a side by side of the wood top before and after applying the Howard's.

This is my first time trying this product and I loved it!  My friend Donna over at Distressed Donna Down Home uses this all the time with beautiful results and I'm so glad I decided to give it a try!



And of course I distressed it!



I'm really happy with how it turned out, what do you think?


I took it and the barstools down to the antique mall today :o)


15 comments

  1. Cute table. I love the natural wood top also! I have one very similar at the lake place that I bought for 10 bucks. It was (still is) painted pink and I think rather than stripping it I will just use chalk paint. Someday!

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  2. It's so cute! I love the natural top. It really sets it off.

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  3. what a pretty table! Love the white/wood look!

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  4. Yes, I swear by Howard's products. Love the details of this table and the white brings them out. I have not tried this Rust-Oleum product - I must find it.

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  5. That sweet little table turned out great. Love the paint and wood top combo.

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  6. I love how you've staged the finished result. Looks beautiful!

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  7. What a beautiful table! You did an awesome job!!

    Blessings,
    Edye | Http://gracefulcoffee.wordpress.com

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  8. Very pretty, Tania! What a great price too - can't beat that! The painting and table top finish are just beautiful; what a treasure.
    Catherine (newest follower of your blogging adventures!) :) :)

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    1. Hi Catherine! Thank you so much for becoming a follower, I hope you'll like what you see!

      Tania

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  9. That is one beautiful table Tania. I like the way the top pops with warmth after you added the Howards product.

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    1. Thank you so much Mark K. I love how the Howard's worked on the table too, it's the first time I've tried it and I'm so pleased :o)

      Tania

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