After 3 weeks of toiling on a nursery crib and dresser, I needed a quick fix of ASCP therapy. (The write up on the nursery project to come!)
I’ve been waiting to find the perfect little pieces to try the Annie Sloan Duck Egg and these little charming tables were the perfect project for it. I know, these were already beautiful to begin with but the modern needed a touch of country-chic in my mind.
When painting tables and chairs, I always turn the pieces upside down to make sure I don’t miss any spots underneath. Nothing annoys me more than finishing painting a piece just find out missed spots at the end of a project. You gotta give it to the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, it covers everything whether shinny, dull or raw with little to no prep necessary.
For these little gems, I applied a first coat, let it dry and diluted the second coat with a little water, which in all honestly is great… makes a quart go a long way. I finished by distressing with a light sand and applied a clear wax for protection.
If you are interested in these pieces, let me know!