Remember last week when we mentioned we were working on a couple tables with burlap? We’re finally finished with them and sharing the tutorial today.
(If you missed our tutorial for adhering burlap to furniture, you can find it here).
We picked up a couple of lonely end tables at the thrift store. Both had recessed tops, but only the smaller one originally had a glass top which was missing when we bought it.
Here’s the larger one.
And here’s the small one.
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The makeovers were pretty straight forward. The bottom section on the larger table was just screwed on and we decided to remove it. Both tables were painted with Annie Sloan chalk paint in Old White, and lightly distressed with a sanding block.
We found the burlap at JoAnn’s and applied it using this method. We had a local glass shop cut new tabletop glass for both tables. Even though the larger table did not originally have a glass top, it had a rim around the edge that was able to hold a piece of glass perfectly. (It cost about $45 total for both pieces of glass).
We sealed the painted areas of both tables using GF “flat” top coat.
(Sorry I don’t have many photos of the small table. We were on our way out the door to deliver these and a few other pieces to our booth and I spaced on taking photos of the little one.)
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