Michael cut a bigger top out of cedar fence boards to place on this old bar stool to make it into a nice little side table.
I left the wood ‘rough cut’ and dry brushed assorted ‘beachy’ colors. I just did this ‘free-hand’ so the stripes aren’t ‘perfect’. Once dry, I sanded it to distress and applied a coat of our weathered wood wash to make it look gray and weathered.
What a perfect little table for a cottage bedroom or even an end table or patio table!
Now I’m on the hunt for other stuff I can paint using this technique. I’ve got an old cheese box, some unfinished wood frames . . . . What else?!?!
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