Table After 1

From Yellow to Blue with a Bit of Paint

I AM SOOOOOOOOOOOO SORRY!  I CANNOT BELIEVE THAT I DIDN’T GET THIS POST UP YESTERDAY!  PLEASE ACCEPT MY APOLOGY AND KEEP READING THE BLOG!  PLEASE!

All kidding aside, I do apologize for missing the post yesterday.  Time got away from me, and I am just getting to post it today.

So, we have this table that you might have seen before in some of our blogs.  It was a cute little folding table that mom had painted yellow because it was originally green.  But, I was tired of it being yellow and I wanted a table for when I move out of my current apartment and into a new place.

Table Before

So, the first thing I did was paint the legs white.  I knew that this would help to make the top of the table a statement but still keep it neutral.  I used an old sheet that I wrapped around the bottom of the table to protect it while I painted the top.

Table Cloth

I used three different shades of blue from Rustoleum for the table top.  I wanted to do an ombre effect so I used Aqua, Spa Blue, and Lagoon.

Paint

It was a bit difficult to paint the top since there were different slats that I wanted different colors.  So I started with painting the Aqua and Lagoon on the edges and painted both of those.  Then, I covered both of those parts and painted the Spa Blue section since it was in the middle of the table.

And here is the final product!

Table After 1Table After 2Table After 3

I love the ombre look on the tabletop!  It is great for the outdoors and is perfect for a front or back porch.  It would look good with things displayed on it or by itself.

I hope that you enjoyed the blog this week.  Thanks for stopping by!

sparkle

 

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20 thoughts on “From Yellow to Blue with a Bit of Paint

  1. Sinea Pies says:

    I love how you did the various hues of blue on this table. Makes me want one real bad! Hey, my deck needs a redo. Maybe it would look good like this? (Talking my hubby into it would be a trick though!) LOL
    Sinea♥

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