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Vintage Coffee Table Goes Beachy Milk Painted

Solid wood vintage coffee table, yes please!! Especially once updated in fresh beachy colors.

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Step one: SCRUB WELL and let dry!
This solid wood beauty was given to me by a neighbor who was downsizing her stash, thanks Cara. I knew it had loads of possibility as I have done a few similar vintage coffee tables like it. A recent one in farmhouse whites and this one below many moons ago.

Step two: sand all the old finish off the top.

The top was sanded to bare wood using my handy dandy Dewalt orbital sander .

It was then hand sanded on the edges to remove the old finish along there as well.

My initial plan was to give the bare wood a white wash look. I chose Weatherwood Stains white maintenance oilapplied with a blue shop towel and wiped back after it soaked in for about 10 minutes. The top part has the oil applied, it hydrates the wood too. Two coats were…

More Salt & Pepper sets in Renfrew Blue


Solid wood salt and pepper sets are an easy way to add color to your kitchen. I recently posted two new painted sets with the blue set selling right away and another set custom ordered.


I decided I would paint an extra set while doing up the custom set. First thing of course is to scrub them well with Simple Green cleaner and let dry.


Using my favorite renfrew blue from Fusion Mineral Paint, 2 coats were applied followed by Fusion Mineral Paint's ageing wax added for additional detailing and dimension.


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