I have refinished a couple dining tables that is this style; a sleek and simple design. To give something depth when there is none, especially on the legs of this piece, distressing and or glazing is always a great way to give definition.
Refinished the base and legs of this dining table in Dunn Edwards Pebble Walk and glazed in a dark brown. The top is finished in Sherwin Williams Rockweed.
Just my four most recent projects!
My client found this dining table for $5 on one of the facebook swip swap pages! I have refinished her entire house and now working on pieces for her parents home! This is the second piece for them, the first was the Dining Table from last week. They needed a little table to put in their breakfast nook area and wanted to match the kitchen cabinets.
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Accessible Beige and lightly glazed in Tricorn Black to pop out those amazing carved details! The top stained in Minwax Dark Oak.
My clients’ parents had many memories around this dining table for years. Family dinners, holiday parties and much more! So when age, water damage and normal ware and tear got the best of this old gal, they turned to me to have her refinished. Now she can give many more happy times to a wonderful loving group of people!
Refinished in Sherwin-Williams Toasty and glazed in Tricorn Black. The underside is finished as well for those times the table leafs are down giving full beauty to this antique. Top stained in Chestnut.
Last week I posted about four dining chairs refinished in a white color match. Here is the dining table to match that set. My client wanted the bottom a white solid finish and the top in a solid sleek dark color. She chose Sherwin-Williams Rockweed.
She loved my staging center piece and ask where she can get those items: The mat was from Walmart, most of the silver trinkets were from Goodwill. The pots from Michaels -I painted them white. And I love getting my succulents from Lowes!
Shopping around for new dining table sets doesn’t take long to realize how expensive a table and chairs can add up. When you have a piece at home that doesn’t quite match your decor but you love the style, sturdiness and memories your piece brings it only makes sense to have it refinished. My client found herself in this same situation.
I met my client at her home and gave her a color consultation using her lighting and we talked about options for this piece. Her dining table and chairs have leather details, a gorgeous slate top on the table and a sturdiness unlike anything I have ever dealt with. (I am not kidding this thing, is ridiculously heavy and should be banned haha)
She and her husband settled on a solid finish in Sherwin-Williams Greek Villa for both the table and chairs. I re-upholstered the chair cushions in a gorgeous upholstery fabric my client picked out from Jo-Ann Fabric and Crafts store. I can’t wait to see what this fellow looks like in his home!