Yay! It's finally done... And here's how I did it!
I got this ugly duckling for $10 bucks at our DI, thrift store.
All heavy and ugly.... I decided to (surprise) paint him white!
I unscrewed the large, unusually heavy "stop sign" from the base...
And found a 24 inch round at Lowe's...
Here in this section
Yup... good fit!
I had started painting it right out of the package and then shortly after realized that it needed some sanding, because there were a lot of little imperfections.
After I finished painting the top, with about 3 coats of Semi-gloss white, I screwed the base back on... and I was finished!
I love how it turned out! Just what I wanted in Aubrie's room, for a nightstand.
And Cason LOVES It! :)
See... I told him it would be great!
I still have quite a ways to go with "staging" this cute table,but I wanted you to be able to see the proportions better... because a couple of people thought it looked really big! lol.
Sorry about that!
You can see how I transformed this cute little blue frame HERE
Updated table, staged:
Now... here's the REAL question...
Who needs an over sized stop sign, shape, table top????
This project cost me
$10 for the table
$15 for the top (I know, a bit pricey, but WORTH it, for the already finished shape!)
Paint, free... I already had it.
Total: $25 bucks!
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