Hope you had a fabulous weekend!
We have had some amazing weather here in San Diego!
Your probably thinking I thought she was working on the mud room.
This room is going to have 3 purposes, mud, play, craft.
A little area for the kids, little area for me and a little area for the family.
Don’t feel bad for the hubby, he has the
As of Sunday this is what the table and chairs look like, notice the wall?
Yes, I’m almost done painting!
Before a good friend of the family moved far away (sniff sniff)
she left us with 4 kids’ chairs and a table. She said she would never find the time to refinish it like she wanted so she left it with me.
This post is dedicated to Julie, an amazing person who I miss so much!
Hopefully, she will like it!
I gave each piece a light sand
Added 2 coats of paint using a foam roller and let it dry overnight in between each coat.
I used the same paint as our kitchen cabinets
~Sherwin Williams Summer White~
I couldn’t leave it alone, I had to distress!
I sanded away where it would have worn over time using medium grit paper.
With all those tiny spindles I had a lot of these
No worries, I sanded them away
Grabbed some stain out of the garage, a wet rag, and lightly rubbed over all the pieces.
Wipe on/Wipe off till I had my desired effect.
I made sure to get into the drip areas that I sanded away really well to darken the wood up underneath.
The kids now have 3 new chairs and a table.
Thank you, Julie, the whole family misses you guys so much!
(You can ask Dennis about the missing fourth chair)
I’ll be showing a little bit more of the room tomorrow for Tuesday’s Treasures.