Finished Country Style End Table

A while back I posted photos for the unfinished country style end table that I had built. With the help of Lucy, the table has been crackle painted and clear coated. In case you are unfamiliar with crackle paint, like I was, it is a method of distressing furniture to make it look weathered. You apply a base coat of paint, apply crackle paint over the base coat, and then apply the top coat. Upon drying the middle layer cracks, revealing the base coat of paint. Here are the pictures:

Unfinished nightstand

country table with base coat

Applying the yellow base coat

Finished country style table

Crackle painted and clear coated

Next to the couch, its final location

Close up of view crackle finish

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About Ryan

Ryan is currently a National Research Council Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Air Force Research Laboratory. His research area includes Prognostic Health Management of Electronics. For more information please visit: www.rdlowe.com
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