I discovered this desk at a thrift keep.
I wanted to transform it (time journey!!) — to 2020.
Table at thrift keep. $35.
I became seeking out cheaper methods to "degree" my studio condominium on the market.
Got desk home of top of my vehicle!
I become simply interested in the "carved" detail of the table. This might be FUN!
I propped up legs at the corners of a box… In order that I should paint all of the way to the lowest (off of the drop material)
I used leftover gray paint (that I had used on my fire… See other venture). Satin finish.
Uh oh… No going again now! (after giving desk a light smooth.)
Before and after first coat of paint. …I may want to see the possibilities!!
…After first coat
…After 2d coat
…After brushing on Valspar Dark Wax — specifically into all the crevices… And then wiping down with old portions of cotton flannel. (Work fast — earlier than wax hardens!). (Or, you could placed a coat of clear wax first… Providing you with extra time to play with the darker wax.)
0 Love it!
(um— some paint drips at the ground… Higher smooth that up! …Latex: no trouble!)
1 "Carving" detail
2 Close up! Love it!
Chloe grew up in an impoverished neighbourhood. She was raised by her father, her mother having left when she was young. Chloe got is first job as a admin assistant at age 18 Chloe went to univeristy and got a degree. Hobbies photography, binge-watching boxed sets, cycling, yoga, walking, watching television, vandalising bus stops, praying, travelling
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