I get so excited when I’m lucky enough to get the opportunity to transform a clients peice of furniture! This sure was the case for this Hall Stand which still has good bones but just needed a spruce up. So today I’m sharing how to Paint And Stamp A Vintage Farmhouse Hall Table.
How To Paint And Stamp A Vintage Farmhouse Hall Table
Back in 2018 my client asked me to make over a beautiful sideboard and wanted this hall table to match. But what I’m sharing today can be applied to any piece of furniture. So keeping that in mind let’s get painting!
- Your piece of furniture
- Fusion Mineral Paint – TSP
- Your favourite paint colours – I used Fusion Mineral Paint – Champlain and Heirloom
- Brushes – I used my Cling On! F40 and F30
- IOD Decor Stamp – Rose Toile
- IOD Ink – Stone Gray
- 120 grit sandpaper
- old rags
- Wax Brush
- Wax – I used Fusion Mineral Paint – Clear Wax
Step 1 – Grab your sanding block and give your piece a light sand. Then taking the TSP add some to warm water, mix and clean down your entire piece. Let dry.
Step 2 – Using your brush give the legs 2 coats of Heirloom, letting each coat dry in between. Repeat with the top of the hall table this time using the other brush and Champlain. The top may need 3 coats. Let dry.
Step 3 – Taking your sander distress to your liking.
And your all done! Make sure you leave your piece for 24 hours before you use just so it gives a chance for the paint to cure.
Hope this has tutorial has inspired you to go and grab your paintbrush and get busy
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