Can you believe someone set this beautiful little table out out on the curb? The instant I saw it, I fell in love with those curves and the carved detail of the logs. Thankfully for me, its previous owner just wasn’t able to see this wonderful piece’s true potential. I do admit it looked pretty rough when I rescued it, but all it needed was some TLC and a little paint.
I’m really excited about this find because older pieces typically are better constructed and have more intricate detailing than newer furniture. I love the way the ASCP creates an authentic aged look on older furniture, and it sounds amazing to work with; however, it just doesn’t fit into my current budget. So my first step was to sand and prime before painting.
I spray painted the legs with Rust-oleum’s Heirloom White and then rolled Behr’s Country White satin on the flat surfaces. To better protect the finish I also applied 2 coats of clear paste wax.
What a difference a little paint can make. I wonder if the previous owner would want to “kick it to the curb” now?