Awesome friends, I am so happy you’re back! Today’s makeover is this super sweet night table I picked up at the thrift store for more than I wanted to spend:
It was $34 with 20% off, so I ended up paying $27. That’s really not bad at all. I’m just cheap.
The original top on this one was a hot mess:
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Then after a good clean up, I got right to painting!
I decided to pull out a gorgeous color from Dixie Belle’s Moonshine Metallics line for this one, Steel Magnolia!
Did you know that Dixie Belle makes eight beautiful metallic colors?
The first coat went on a bit sheer and looked terrible, but as you can see below, magic starts to happen with the second coat:
I used a total of three coats for solid coverage.
TIP: It is recommended to use a similar regular color like Driftwood as a base coat under the metallics for quicker, more solid coverage.
There is no need to seal the metallics as they are self-sealing, so that was it!
I love love love this color! It is just so dreamy in person!
I was amazed at the beautiful finish on it once I was done!
I first painted the drawer hardware in white for some contrast:
But I didn’t love it at all. I felt it took away from the beautiful finish, so I painted them in the Steel Magnolia also.
So much better! And as you can see, I also lined the drawers.
I did BOSS these first, only because I used fabric with a white background and I wanted the white to stay a nice, bright white:
You could use just plain white paint also.
You can see how I line drawers with fabric in the video below:
If you have trouble viewing, find it on YouTube HERE.
Those two mirrored wall hangings came from HomeGoods a couple of years back, and those pretty blooms came from JoAnns. I redid the chair HERE if you missed it!
I am so in love with this color!
All of the Moonshine Metallic colors are available in my shop. As always, shipping is free on orders over $50 and you get $8 flat rate shipping on all orders under $50.
Another one done! I’m plowing right through this haul woohoo!!
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Here’s another night table that I redid using a metallic finish, however things went south and I had to find a plan B!
Check out this flopped night table HERE!
I’ll meet y’all back here on Tuesday with this set of two night tables I scored for $10 each out of the back of the thrift store!
I’ll also have a brand new video showing how I chalk paint furniture!
UPDATE: See how these cuties turned out and check out my new video HERE now!
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