Have you ever head of the saying, ‘Do what you can, with what you have, where you are?’ That quote applies to many different areas of my life. Particularly to how I decorate my home, and how I create.
I live 15 miles out of the city, on an old hobby farm, so trips to town do not happen every day, and I usually find myself digging around our sheds and my workshop when I am trying to build or create something, and try to make do with whatever I can find. Sometimes I don’t even know what I’m creating until I’m 50% done with a project!
This little table was a thrift store find several months ago, and I finally got around to giving it a bit of a makeover recently.
I sanded down the top of the table, and lightly sanded down the legs. Then I gave the legs & table edges a fresh new coat of Rustoleum hammered metallic spray paint in a bronze tone.
I topped off the table and the sides of the table with old yardsticks that I cut down to size using my chop saw. After applying the yardsticks to the table top and sides with small tack nails I rescued from my Grandfathers garage, I finished off the table top with a nice coat of Minwax Polyshades (stain + poly top coat)
Another fun project, and another piece of thrift store furniture rescued!
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