I liked the table’s original mint-colored paint and sweet little decoupage accent, but it was in rough shape and not the right look for my client’s room. So I gave the piece a simple makeover. I sanded down the original finish, applied a coat of primer, two coats of Benjamin Moore Mayonnaise, and two coats of topcoat.
If you’re using a light paint color like off-white, it’s best to use a polycrylic topcoat instead of polyurethane, which turns yellow over time. I chose a high gloss polycrylic because it’ll be easier to wipe down when makeup and beauty products spill on the surface.
The table’s original knobs were nondescript and rusted, so we chose cool mixed material brass and leather knobs from Anthropologie.
The rest of this bedroom is nearly complete, so check back in to see updates!
One of my clients needed a piece that could serve double duty as a bedside table and a vanity in her small bedroom. When...