Table: Free from the side of the road. Was out for a run when I saw it and Trevor picked it up for me. Needed a little work to stabilize it but nothing major.
Chair: $10 from Value Village
2 sample pot of paint: $10.00
Grey stain: $6.00
Primer and sealant: Already had some at home but for cost sake we will say $5.00
I was pretty proud of myself for using a belt sander for the first time. Trevor was at work and I was determined to get this table done. Once I striped the coating off the top of the table, I stained the wood grey and finished with a few coats of polyurethane. The table legs were primed and painted. As was the chair.
I usually stay away from bright colours and go for neutrals which are safe but lately I'm having fun with colour. Especially when it's not a staple piece of furniture or a piece you might not keep for a long time. Life is short, add some colour right!
My kind of refinishing. Cheap and easy.
Happy I have a new craft table to work on. Now I just need a craft room. I have pretty much taken over the computer room but one day maybe I'll have a room I won't have to keep clean with all my crafting items.