FARMHOUSE WOOD CONSOLE - from glass to weathered wood



This wood table originally
had 2 pieces of glass inset
in the top but not anymore.
I thought it would be a
perfect project to upcycle
by creating a new top.




I cleaned the kitchen island off and put the table on top so I
could walk around and paint the whole bottom easily.


I brush painted the base in Annie Sloan Pure White,
and distressed with a 180 grit sand paper. I even added a
set of 6 brass wheels to the legs.

 

Since the glass was broken and the table needed a new top 
figured I would check my wood stash to see what was 
available. Low and behold I had 3 weathered wood fence 
boards that would work perfectly width wise and would only
 need a trim on the miter saw. I brought them inside to dry
 properly for a few days before using them on the table.






BEFORE           AFTER

This table is listed on the
SHOWROOM page with prices and dimensions.


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4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous finished product, I see those tables from time to time and the glass is always missing. It looks beautiful with the wood top and painted white. Great job as always my friend

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  2. Love, love the table. What kind of finish did you use for the top boards? They have a greyish color. Fantastic job!

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  3. What an awesome result. I love everything about it, and the wheels are a great touch.

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  4. What a nice redo of an old classic table. It's always so nice when you create... redo. It creates something no one else has. Love it and all your creations.

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