These poor end tables were beaten and bruised when we came across them. The finish was scratched and completely missing in some areas.
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Thankfully we were able to fix them up quickly with a little bit of Country Chic Paint’s Rocky Mountain Furniture and Decor Paint.
Because the old finish was really chippy I grabbed some 220 grit sandpaper and sanded the tops and shelves of each of the tables to smooth out the uneven finish. I just wanted to erase and blend the edges of the chippy finish so we would get a smooth finish.
Once everything was wiped down with a damp rag I painted on the beautiful warm gray paint known as Rocky Mountain. It only took light coats to get complete coverage!
The edges all received a light distressing with some more 220 grit sandpaper. To give the end tables a little bit more of a sheen, as well as added durability, I sealed them with a poly topcoat.
The transformation was so quick and painless! It’s amazing what a small amount of paint can do!