|My friend Reeve and I stopped by the Habitat Store one day after I got off work at Sanctuary of Davidson. I saw this cute little end table out of the corner of my eye. Another lady was pulling out all the little drawers and turning it on it sides trying to find the price. She stood there for what seemed like 3 hours looking it over. Finally she walked away. I immediately grabbed it up and took it to the check out line to see how much it cost. $25.00.|
|I grabbed a variety of colors in Chalk Paint. If you haven’t heard of chalk paint yet, it is the best paint to use on furniture that you don’t want to sand or has a shiny finish.|
|In less than an hour I had two coats of paint on my little table. I should have let the paint dry in between coats for at least 2 hours but I was in a hurry, plus I knew that I was going to really distress the paint so it didn’t have to be perfect.|
|Before distressing and glazing.|
|After I distressed with my sand paper and then with my sander I wanted to add dimension so I grabbed my glaze.|
|I also pulled the knobs off and switched them around a bit for a little extra charm.|
|I am so glad my daughter took back her little black table because I really love this little guy!
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