Coffee Station Table

5:30:00 AM

Creating a coffee station is easier than you think!

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I ran across a table that was a great size and height for what I had in mind.

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I painted the table with two coats of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®. 

When the paint dried I used one of my beautiful new Old Sign Stencils from Funky Junk Interiors.

Coffee Bar Table www.homeroad.net

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 of antiquing glaze to the table top.

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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.

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This stencil comes with a few different options.

A coffee bean stencil that I applied to the table base

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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.

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I placed my coffee bar table in front of an old door allowing for a hanging shelf for coffee accessories.

Coffee Bar Table www.homeroad.net


Coffee Bar Table www.homeroad.net

To see more beautiful, high quality, Old Sign Stencils

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And stay tuned for more Old Sign Stenciled projects!



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12 comments

  1. Very cute....I have a table I hate that needs this....ok, guess I had better get to work. Thanks.

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    1. And I'm telling you Karen... this stencil made it sooo easy!

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  2. Awesome! Great job Susan and so functional too.

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  3. Susan, the table looks awesome! I can't believe what it started out looking like, what a transformation. I just love the antique glaze you used to finish it off, it gives the table a "coffee" stained look. I just love it!! Luanne

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  4. I love how this table turned out, Susan, and I love that stencil. It looks like the perfect size to set up a coffee bar, too.

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  5. Had to tell you how much I love your awesome little "coffee" table and then I'm going to go visit that stencil company site. Thanks for giving us a link.
    You did such a great job on your little table, it looks like it was meant for that purpose. Love the embellishments above also. I might just have to set up a coffee bar next winter. We don't drink much coffee in warmer months and it's getting that way here (western CO), going to be 80 today, phewy. Been hanging laundry out, leaving doors and windows open. We had very mild winter, first one since we moved here in 2004. I Missed the cold and snow, didn't get wear all my nice warm sweaters. Hope you have Spring there. Happy week

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    1. Thank you so much! I'm so glad you like it and I hope you love the stencils. I will be very happy when it is 80 degrees here... we had snow again today... will Spring ever arrive to the East Coast? Thank you for visiting and your very kind comment :)

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  6. Such a fun little table! Great job with your coffee station!

    I would love for you to share this post at my Show Me Saturday linky party this weekend. We go live at 7:00 am EST! ;)

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  7. Susan, you have done these stencils proud! I ADORE your coffee station! The glazed finish was a really cool touch! What is it about the word coffee? Even coffee tastes better when that word hovers around! :)

    Beautiful project!

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    1. Thanks Donna... the stencils are great and I can't wait to make more projects using them :)

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  8. Love the coffee station table Susan! going to check out the stencils.

    gail

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    1. Thanks Gail! The stencils are awesome!

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