I got this end table with another one this fall at a yard sale. I love it when you drive up to a yard sale and you spot a treasure, it.s like you hit the jackpot! I feel like this one is a real treasure, even
though it wobbles really bad.These before pictures show how nice the craftsmanship is on it.
Isn't it funny how you can look at a piece, and because of the detailing in the wood, you just know
it's going to be beautiful and fun redo.
The top was really damaged with water spots and oil stains. So, with sander in hand, I knew I could restore it to the beauty it once was. I used ASCP in old white on the body because this piece has so much
distressing to do after its painted and Annie makes it so much easier. I then used
spray on poly to seal it.
I put a hug tack in the bottom of one of the legs to level it, and it did the trick, no more wobbling.
Here are the before and after pictures. I wished I had gotten better pictures of the top, I stained in a dark walnut and put on three coats of rub on poly, Min wax. I think it turned out so pretty, I know the new owner
will be really happy with it.
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