Antother beside table makeover...

LorettaFOctober 14, 2003

We bought this table at a yard sale for a couple of dollars. It was in good condition structurally, even though it is only made of particle board. The wood-look paper began peeling, so I took a paint scraper and scraped it off. I took off the ugly hardware it had for handles and filled the twin holes in both drawers. I then painted it and antiqued/distressed it along the edges and finished with a coat of polyurethane, drilled new holes and added new hardware that I already had from another project. I think it turned out very nice. Hope you concur.

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Yes, I do. Very nice indeed.


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