classic refinished coffee table in plaster-cappucinno
When a great customer offered me purchase of her mission style coffee and end table set I jumped. I love this chunky craftsman look. It did however have some water damage on the top so needed some reloving.
Orbital power sander to the rescue, a few 80-120 grit pads later it was all sanded off and ready to get a new look.
let the sanding begin and done, now for a good scrub and let dry well
I chose my favorite Homestead House's new stain and finishing oil all in one in cappuccino. This easy to use no chemical smell finish goes on so easy and leaves a lovely finish. I sand lightly with 0000 steel wool between coats to make it even smoother. I went with 3 coats of the dark brown stain and then added the natural color for additional durability. Each coat was left over night to dry well.
for the base I chose Fusion Mineral Paint
I like to add some depth to this creamy color so I added Homestead House espresso furniture wax . It adds character too and easy to brush on and wipe off. I also likes it adds a bit more durability to the bottom shelf surface. Time to reattach bottom shelf and hardware and haul in to stage this beauty for sale. Did I mention I have the matching end table that can be done in the same techniques and colors?
I have received product as a brand blog rep in exchange for this post, but ALL the opinions are entirely MY own. This post contains sponsored links for Fusion Mineral Paint & Homestead House Paint Co.
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