An Antique Table Save

This little lovely was on the side of the road but it needed a ton of TLC!

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The first step was to remove top and all the veneer on both sides of the table top.

I also needed to repair the top and secure the joints with wood glue.

An Antique Table Save www.homeroad.net

An Antique Table Save www.homeroad.net

It was looking a little hopeless at this point but I was determined to give this piece a new life.

When the table was finally put back together I gave the top a good sanding then painted the piece in Provence Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®. 

An Antique Table Save www.homeroad.net

I am happy to say that this adorable antique table can now show it's face in public!

An Antique Table Save www.homeroad.net

While the piece still has a few bumps and bruises along the edges, overall it is a total overhaul that made a huge difference.

An Antique Table Save www.homeroad.net

A great piece for behind the sofa or against a long wall. 


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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife of 28 years, the mother of 4 daughters, and the grandmother of 4 grandsons. I am a DIY Blogger and a part time PreK teacher.

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  1. Or in a corner... lovely little table.

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  2. free! woohoo! That's a great little table transformation Susan. I love the new look

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