DIY, Furniture

White/Wood/Black Farmhouse style entry table

OK- so sometimes I buy a piece of furniture and I think… I HOPE this turns out as cute in person as it does it my head! Anyone else…?! HAHA- but seriously this was one of those pieces, but don’t fret – it turned out adorable! Take a look!

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The body of this piece is painted in Wise Owl Paint – One Hour Enamel in the color Weathervane. I love this product for a Mid Century piece because it has a built in sealant with a really great satin sheen to finish it off. It really looks lovely on a MCM!

This piece felt farmhouse-ey to me, especially with all of the curved details and spindle legs! I decided to go with a classic white, this piece is painted in General Finishes milk paint in the color Snow White – find it here! The drawer fronts are sanded down to raw wood, whitewashed a bit with the same milk paint color, and sealed with General Finishes HPTC… find it here! I sprayed the hardware with a satin black Rustoleum paint, they are perfectly paired with the wood and white! I love this color combo!

Close up of a painted entry table. Painted white with raw wood drawer fronts. Black painted hardware.
How cute is the bottom portion of this piece sanded down as well?! This was a last minute decision, and I love it so much!

And the full reveal is so good! The white/wood/black combo is ALWAYS a winner to me! It feels fresh and clean… and wow, what a far cry from the before photo!

Now I know you want to go paint something beautiful after seeing that transformation! Need some guidance? I have multiple courses that teach you how to properly refinish furniture like a pro… check them out HERE!

Talk with you all soon!


Small white entryway table with natural wood fronts and black hardware.

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