|If you look at the top left corner of the table, you can see it.|
|Here is a closeup.|
Rethunk Junk is a paint that she found at a unique store in our area called Woodstock Market. I am sure you all know about the popular technique that is being used of painting furniture with Annie Sloan chalk paint or Miss Mustard Seed milk paint. (I remember back when I was a little girl, there was a version of this process that my Dad did on a desk for my room but it was just called "antiquing"). Rethunk Junk is a type of paint that is similar to chalk paint but it is made and sold locally in the Woodstock area and costs a little less. Click here and like her facebook page. Why not try it! Anything would look better than that big burned spot.
|This base color she used was CLOUD.|
|No sanding required. Just roll or brush it on.|
|This was after the first coat. She put two coats on it.|
|Next she rubbed a mahogony stain over the base coat to get a color that matched the legs of the table.|
The next step was to lightly sand in places to give it the aged look and then brush on a coat of polyurethane.
|I love this detail!|
No more burned spot! This table is absolutely beautiful because it was RETHUNK JUNKED!