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Clover House: Makeover on a Worn Oak Table to a Farmhouse Fresh Beauty

If you follow my blog, you probably remember this post where I told you I really needed to re-do our dining room table. I finally did it! I ended up using 7 steps to complete this table. It was a lot of work, but so worth it. I recently got this lovely vintage doilie and its a perfect finish for my newly made over table. I got it from @jackandmaryjane on Instagram. If you like vintage stuff, Kayla is your girl! Go check her out! Like I told you in that linked post above, it was getting…

If you follow me here, you probably remember this post where I told you I really needed to re-do our dining room table. I finally did it!  I ended up using 7 steps to complete this table.  It was a lot of work, but so worth it. Like I told you in that linked post above, it was getting harder and harder to keep the white heat marks off the table.  The finish on it was practically gone all together.  Although the top was really sad, the bottom part wasn't in…

If you follow me here, you probably remember this post where I told you I really needed to re-do our dining room table. I finally did it! I ended up u…

The overall style of this round pedestal table is still quite pleasing to me, it’s just the orange oak color that has lost its place in today’s farmhouse market design trend. My client wanted an ivory base and dark stain top. Click over to the blog at traceysfancy.com to learn how to paint golden oak furniture and apply my fave dark gel stain: No Pain Gel Stain. This stain has fantastic coverage with a single coat. I'll also show you diy painting the pedestal base with whtie chalk mineral paint.

The overall style of this round pedestal table is still quite pleasing to me, it’s just the orange oak color that has lost its place in today’s farmhouse market design trend. My client wanted an ivory base and dark stain top. Click over to the blog at traceysfancy.com to learn how to paint golden oak furniture and apply my fave dark gel stain: No Pain Gel Stain. This stain has fantastic coverage with a single coat. I'll also show you diy painting the pedestal base with whtie chalk mineral…