This little table started out as a wood table. I followed the same process I used for my Chateau de Chantilly project. To see the colors I used and the steps click here.
I love this finish. It looks like it's naturally worn with time.
It doesn't even look like I just painted it, does it?
The Hauser Green gives it a wonderful aged patina.
I left it heavy in some areas so the rest of the paint looks like it has worn off with the passage of time.
Thanks so much for visiting. I hope you like this finish as much as I do. Have a wonderful week.
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