Thrifted Table Makeover with Tape Pattern

Jamie of C.R.A.F.T. wasn’t sure if she should get this dressing table when she first spotted it at the thrift store, so she got a little help from her friends to decide.  She posted a picture of it on Facebook, and before she could leave the thrift store, it had already been “liked” 44 times!

CRAFT dressing table before

At home, Jamie’s husband helped her to sand off the old finish.  She painted it a moody shade of gray, but taped off some stripes on the top of the table.  Once the table was painted and tape was removed, it left this beautiful, geometric pattern with the natural wood alongside the paint.  It looks amazing.

CRAFT dressing table after 2

You can learn more about this makeover (and view a closeup of the adorable owl drawer knobs) at C.R.A.F.T.

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4 thoughts on “Thrifted Table Makeover with Tape Pattern

    1. I am also a lover of both gray and aqua. The combination of the wood tones and paint wins me over though! 😉 Thanks for reading and taking the time to comment!

    1. Nikki, the great thing about all the projects featured here is that before they were rescued, they’d been left unloved and unwanted, somewhere. Every makeover that turns a forgotten piece into something that someone, somewhere wants to keep in their house is a victory.

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