Coffee Station Table5:30:00 AM
Creating a coffee station just got a whole lot easier...
I ran across a table that was a great size and height
for what I had in mind...
I painted the table with two coats of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®.
When the paint dried I used one of my beautiful
This coffee stencil was perfect for this project!
I used a foam pouncer to apply black paint...
you have to be careful using a pouncer to use minimal
paint and go back over the stencil with light even coats.
When the stencil paint dried I applied a coat
antiquing glaze to the table top.
I painted the glaze on with a brush, then wiped it away
leaving a beautiful antiqued look. I applied more glaze
around the edges of the table leaving the center of the table lighter.
This technique highlighted the stenciled image.
This stencil comes with a few different options.
A coffee bean stencil that I applied to the table base...
and the option to include a location
to the bottom of the stencil...
Seattle WA or Maui HI
The great part about these
stencils is that you can use parts of the stencil or the
whole thing to easily customize your project.
I placed my coffee bar table in front of an old door
allowing for a hanging shelf for coffee accessories.
To see more beautiful, high quality,
Old Sign Stencils
visit Funky Junk Interiors
And stay tuned for more Old Sign Stenciled projects!
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