The Apricot Moroccan Table is done! I’m calling it this as trusted readers remarked how it looked Moroccan or Spanish and I must agree. The cutouts definitely give it that vibe.
Last week I posted the Sunglow paint color disaster HERE. Instead of taking it in a totally different direction, I thought that a bright color was actually perfect for this table. I ended up using General Finishes Sunglow as the base color and adding General Finishes Apricot on top. It’s the first time I’ve used this color and I really like it. It is truly Apricot and very pretty. Nice and colorful but also soft and pretty – the perfect fit for the Moroccan Table!
Here is the before:
After applying wood filler and sanding it back and applying the paint, I added General Finishes Winter White glaze on the body. It lightened it up and I like the contrast between the top and feet. I sanded it again to lightly distress it in places for character. It was sealed in General Finishes Flat Out Flat topcoat.
Here is the after!
Yummy Apricot goodness!