The hubby is at the office. He's been putting in some major hours this week, so that hopefully he can take off a few days next week while his family is in town. We can't wait to see his parent's, one of his sisters, and his two nieces!!! We are looking so forward to our time with them.
I have a few things that need to get done by Monday evening, so I'm not sure how much relaxing will take place this weekend, but I can assure you there will be some productiveness. Is it kinda sick that working a being productive is relaxing to me? Who am I kidding, if you're reading this, you're probably that way too!
Okay, enough rambling, onto the table. Here's the before of this french style table that was just a bit outdated. This piece was for a local client here in town.
Once the paint had a couple days to dry, I distressed the entire piece with a medium distress. I primarily hit the table legs and the table top edges, but left the flat surface of the table alone. I wanted to soften the piece a bit more and give it a little antiqued look without going to rustic (you know I love me some rustic-ness). Anyhoo, I decided to use my wood stain to do this and I chose the color Provincial.
It's hard to tell in this picture, but the left half of the table has been antiqued and the right half has not.
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