Before: After: Click here to see more of this table makeover from Celebrating Everyday Life Idea #4: Paint the base, stain the top, and then lightly whitewash the top for a beautifully aged look, like this table from Paint Me White.Before: After: Click here to see more of this makeover from Paint Me White Idea #6: Actually cover the table top with zinc, stainless steel, copper, or any other sheet metal, like this zinc-covered table from Unexpected Elegance.Let chairs dry completely and then apply a second coat.Use old fabric as a guide to cut a piece of carpet padding for the chair.You can completely change the stain color, and even give it a distressed/weathered look, like this table makeover from Simple Details Blog.Before: After: Click here to see more of this table makeover from Simple Details Blog Idea #9: Add some sparkle to the top with glass, nailhead trim, etc., like this table makeover from Dwellings By De Vore.Here are a few inspiring before and after dining chair transformations that I came across…When decorating dining rooms, one of the biggest problems most of us have is our home decorating budget.
To redo your dining set inside, place a large drop cloth underneath your dining set, then place small squares of wax paper under table and chair legs so you can paint all the way to the floor.
The sad news is that I bought it for a different orientation of the room, and when it floats this way I fear that it’s too small.
Here is a super distorted photo to show you where we are in the house.
No need to live with an outdated dining table when there are so many options for updating and making over your table! Idea #1: Paint the apron and base a solid color, and re-stain the top in a rich stain color, like this dining table before and after from Blue 11 Interiors.
Before: After: Click here to see more of this makeover from Blue 11 Interiors Idea #2: Paint the table top and the base in different but coordinating colors, like this before and after table makeover from Celebrating Everyday Life.