Entryway Table Makeover

Hi, sweet creative friends! It’s Denise from Salvaged Inspirations! Today, let’s learn how to restore an entry hall table!

Materials List:

How To:

Step 1:

I started by cleaning this piece with White Lightning and then giving it an overall scuff sanding with #120 grit sandpaper. This table had a gorgeous sunburst inlaid top which I was originally going to stain but unfortunately, while trying to get out some dings and scratches, I sanded through the veneer in a few places. Uggghhh. So, I decided on a white top and blue bottom using white wax to highlight WoodUBend details and these gorgeous legs. You just have to go with the flow with these mishaps.

Step 2:

Before priming or painting, I added these WoodUbend designs to the front and sides of the table. These appliques are SO fun to work with and are easy to customize. I used applique #2157 which was too large for the table so I warmed it up with my heat gun and cut it down to size with a utility knife.

Step 3:

Because this table has a factory finish, I decided to use Slick Stick.  I only applied it to the body of the table because the top was stripped down to a raw veneer and didn’t need an adhesion primer.

To read the rest of this beautiful tutorial, head on over to Salvaged Inspirations here!

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