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.
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.
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.
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!
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!