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And the first thing I thought of was our dining room table. I avoid varnish stripper like the plague, thanks to a couple of really horrible disasters, so I decided to sand the layer of varnish and stain off of the table top instead. I’d used this beautiful weathered oak stain on Olivia’s vintage schoolhouse desk a few weeks ago and fell in love, and I was so excited to turn out even better on this table.We bought this little guy from Craigslist two years ago shortly after we first moved in, and I always knew I wanted to do something to it… It originally came from Pottery Barn that we scored for 0. This is definitely not a dark stain, but I low how it enhances the wood and shows off its natural character.I ended up painting the base with two coats in the ASCP Pure White too.I debated distressing the white a little bit, but I left it alone since we already have a lot of other distressed pieces around it.Now that my kitchen floor has been refinished and looks all shiny and new, I got the energy to get to spray painting the wood chairs that go around the kitchen table painted. Remember the post I wrote back in the summer, where I told you that one morning I came down to my kitchen that was such a mess since I was painting the cabinets? I was hemming and hawing about what color to paint them, then inspiration hit me over the summer in the most unusual way.One economical way to revitalize your dining room is to paint tired or badly worn furniture.Paint is also a great tool for creating a stylistically unique dining set that can become the centerpiece of your decor.

After a huge list of obligations keeping me from the DIY scene for the past few weeks, I was just itching to get my hands on a piece of furniture. (This is what happens when I get impatient and can’t wait for Robert to get home from work to help me move furniture.) Then, the fun part!

The wood was mostly pretty to begin with, but it had seen better days. I worked in quadrants by brushing on the stain with a foam brush on one quarter of the tabletop, waiting a minute, and wiping back using a clean rag. The right side of the table in this shot is just stained/wiped, the top of the left side had just been brushed with stain, and the bottom of the left side is still bare wood, to give you an idea. I heart all of the pretty, subtle light brown and gray wood tones this stain brings out.

Whenever I get stuck in a creative rut, I look around on the high-end home furniture and decor sites to see if I can mimic their looks in my own inexpensive way. I applied two coats of the stain, following the directions on the back of the can.

Sand unfinished furniture to remove any surface barriers to adhesion of new paint.

Rub all surfaces of unfinished furniture with 220-grit sandpaper, including the undersides of chair seats and the underside of the table top.