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white & grey sofa table


Take one dark stained top and orangy stained base sofa table and relove it in a crisp white with soft grey accents on the drawers, this was my vision. Here is how I created this sweet makeover.

 
here is the before


In order to get a good adherence surface I sanded, scrubbed , let dry well then primed the entire piece and left to dry for a couple days. I then added 2 coats of Country Chic simplicity. I like to distress the edges of most of my pieces as furniture is meant to be used and this helps to give it dimension and character and not create distress when a customer dings an edge in normal use.


Although this Country Chic product is an all in one formula with built in sealer I like to add an extra couple coats of sealer for added durability. I chose Polyvine wax finish giving it two coats drying 4 hours between each one. This bottle is dead flat sheen which works well with the more rustic look of the sofa table.









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  1. Very nice makeover! Thanks for sharing at the To Grandmas House We Go Link Party. Scheduling to Pinterest too.

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  2. Love this update Lee Anne, fresh clean and modern, adore your staging with the lace hoops too! Thanks for sharing at #FridaysFurnitureFix hope your holiday weekend was fabulous!

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  3. Hi Lee Ann! Thank you so much for sharing this at the Farmhouse Friday link party! Pinned and shared! :)

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