I was so happy to find this little gem in my garage the other day. My mother-in-law nabbed it for me from a garage sale!
I decided to try the color Soapstone from the Michael Penney Collection. I painted the lower part of the table and it went on super smooth with excellent coverage. The bottom of the table only has one coat of paint!
I took my orbital sander to the top and distressed it. I love this coastal top but it just didn't seem to match with the bottom. It was all coastal on top, business on the bottom - ha! Alas, I painted over it for a clean, stately look.
This paint is self-leveling and you can tell with how smooth it turned out.
I very lightly distressed, let it dry overnight and took it to Lighthouse for sale.
All of the furniture pieces with the exception of the industrial shelving unit are used pieces that I've re-homed and painted with Fusion Mineral Paint.
Today I'm sharing the before and after pictures of this amazing antique trunk turned coffee table. My friend Adrien gave us the vintage trunk that had an . She is the King of finding awesome stuff for cheap or free! Our living room is a really narrow rectangular shape so we were having a hard time finding a coffee table that was small enough.
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