chalk paint- end tables What others are saying These matching end tables were given a new life with paint, glaze and distressing. Refinished in Black and Oatmeal, Black Glaze was used to antique and accent the sides and legs.
Hello lovely Friends! Today I'm sharing how I paint a piece of furniture using chalk paint, from start to finish. (UPDATE: My product preferences have evolved a bit since this was written, so I have updated this post to reflect those changes. However, my method has pretty much stayed the same! I hope you find this tutorial helpful!
Just mix 1 cup of latex paint, 4 Tablespoons chalk mix, and 2 Tablespoons hot water. It can be adjusted to get the consistency you want. I like mine a little thicker so I didn't add as much water.
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—chalk paint in color/brand of choice (I used Rustoleum Linen White since it's what I used for the bed, I find this brand to be just okay, coverage isn't as good as other brands, like Annie Sloan, but it is very cost effective and readily available at your local Home Depot, the bed and the end tables all took 3 coats for full coverage)
End Table Chalk Paint Makeover. 3 Materials. $200. 1 Day. Easy. One of the many perks of being a furniture flipper is that there comes a point where you become the go-to for most of your friends' and family's unwanted furniture! In this particular case, it was my grandparents who gifted me