Robin from In Fine Feather Furniture used Cobblestone paired with some grey stain and Limestone glaze to give her coffee table a chic new look! Come find out more about how she did it.

Who’s coming for coffee?

This coffee table was a really nice project. One of those ones that just goes so smoothly. Solid oak, made in Canada, structurally fine. Easy peasy!

I sanded the top down to the bare wood. Gave the rest a quick wash and got started with color. I first used a modern grey water-based stain applied with a Painting Sponge, then I rubbed a lot off to let some brown tones come back through. Once it was dry I opened my brand new jar of Country Chic Paint’s Limestone Glaze. I hadn’t used this color of glaze before but I decided to go for it. I brushed it on with a small synthetic brush and was surprised how opaque it went on. So with a damp lint-free cloth in hand, I rubbed the excess back off. This gave the perfect weathered look I was going for! I worked my way across the whole table top being careful to go straight end to end and not overlap.

Next came two coats of Country Chic Paint in the lovely modern grey color, Cobblestone. I wanted this piece to be more chic than shabby, so I went for a solid smooth, finish. Left to dry for almost 2 days, I came back and applied a coat of Country Chic Paint’s Tough Coat on the entire piece. With a slight sheen and a lot of protection, this table is ready for your next coffee date!

What a gorgeous greige!

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Robin {In Fine Feather Furniture}

I am a wife and working mom that makes work life balance a top priority. When I am not at work or busy with our family I love to spend time outdoors hiking, mountain biking and beach combing. I balance my love for nature with an artistic outlet I can do indoors. This is working in my garage work space updating vintage furniture with paint, stain, glazes, waxes, oils and anything else that intrigues me.

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