1. Pat says:

    I love it! You did a wonderful job on it and yes, the blue is just perfect with the stained top. Thanks so much for sharing about this paint ~ I’m going to check it out!

    P.S. How can you let it go? 🙂

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, Pat! I love the vintage blue with the stained top too! I would love to have kept it, but I’m running out of room! 😀

  2. angela says:

    i love it.

  3. JoAnn says:

    Love the table!! Ive never heard of that paint…have you done anything else with it? I will definitely try it!

  4. The table turned out beautifully! LOVE that color! Whoever gets it is lucky!

  5. Jenna Sue says:

    Great transformation! You need to make a trip to Cali so we can go thrift shopping 🙂

    • Shayna says:

      THANK YOU so much, Jenna! OH BOY- I would love to go to Cali and go thrift shopping with you! Now THAT would be fun! 😀

  6. Oooohhh…I love it too! Haven’t heard of that paint. Will be on the lookout! 🙂

  7. M says:

    You were right! It’s sooo sweet! Love, love, love it! Nice job gf… as always;)
    Blessings & <3

  8. Mary T Rahilly says:

    Who sells this paint? Do you like there wax? Is it chalk paint? How many coats of paint and wax? & Did you wax the table top? It looks fabulous!

  9. Megan says:

    How did you prepare the table legs for the paint? Did you prime it first? I have a vintage dinette from 1950’s that belonged to an elderly neighbor and I would love to paint the legs and chairs however, I’m very nervous to take that first step for fear of mucking the whole thing up.

    • Shayna says:

      Hi Megan! For the table legs, I wiped them down with a clean damp cloth, let them dry, then started painting them. The chalk paint I used doesn’t require priming. To start, just apply light coats. You really can’t mess it up. 😀

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