A Country Grey Tiered Table

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This gorgeous table was a unique find...

When I bought it it looked like this...

This table reminded me of the tiered trays I love to make.

I painted it with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®
in Country Grey. I love that all I need to do is to
wash down the table with Krud Kutter and the table
is ready to paint... no sanding, stripping, or priming.

The paint goes on smoothly, it needed 2 coats. I distressed the piece around the edges then applied a layer of clear wax. 

To use Annie Sloan Clear Wax you lay it on 
with a wax brush then wipe it off with a rag. Lately I've
been using a buffing brush to give it a great shine. The
buffing brush makes it easy to shine up those hard to reach areas.

Country Grey is a beautiful neutral color with just a hint of green.

The French Linen color in the back of these photos are

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  1. What a gorgeous table! Love what you did with it!


  2. Sure doesn't look like the same piece of furniture! Beautiful job. And pretty flowers as well.

  3. Beautiful job Susan, the table looks so much better.



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