I’ve been keeping you all in the loop with the progress on the round mid-century table. The top was refinished and I shared that process in the tutorial, What Lies Beneath and I then cleaned up all the (really) filthy hardware on How to Clean Vintage Hardware.
I’m happy to share the finished table today! I used General Finishes Milk Paint in Halcyon Blue to give it a pop of color and the newly shined up hardware really shines against it. It also plays well with the dark walnut top. The top was so interesting as the lines of the inlay match up with the lines of the body of the piece. Take a look!
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Vicki @ EntriWays
This turned out great Suzanne! I can’t believe how shiny you got that brass. I never thought to use a wire brush – thank you for that video. I’m including a link to this in my post today because I put that tip to use. Thank you!
I’m so glad you got something out of it! The wire brush is key (and so are the glasses ouch) lol!
The final outcome is gorgeous. I love the top, the color and the detail.
Thank you Debra!
Loved the video of the top transformation. It was almost like magic when I saw the stain bring out the inlays. I have never seen a piece of blue painted furniture I didn’t like……but this one is exceptional. Very impressive!
Thanks so much, Deb! It is always fun when it transforms from the ugly duckling to the swan!
Hi there! Is this mcm piece for sale?
Hi Megan, Yes, it is for sale and I just listed it here: https://thepainteddrawer.com/product/mid-century-table and it will also be on Etsy. Thanks so much and have a great weekend!
So cute 🙂 I don’t think I would have noticed that the lines on the top match up to the vertical lines of the table base, but once you pointed that out it was all I could see! Love it!!!
I only noticed it when I was just finishing up and trying to decide to distress it or not! Thanks, Melanie!
Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co.
What a sweet little table Suzanne! I love the shape and the pops of gold. Featured at Be Inspired this morning. Thanks so much for sharing!
Susie from The Chelsea Project
Love this piece. The lines are most interesting and cleverly thought out by the designer. Love the top. And of course…..love that Suzanne Signature Blue bottom. Thanks so much for linking to Friday’s Furniture Fix. Will Tweet and share to FB…. Susie from the Chelsea Project