Hexagon end tables are one of my favorites to refinish, and here’s why. In their vintage state, I know of few pieces that look more dated–and to be honest–undesirable!
But when they are painted, glazed, and distressed, a major transformation occurs. What was once an cringe-worthy eye sore becomes a bold statement piece with lots of pop and character!
This chunky Ethan Allen piece, with all it’s wear and tear, took on a whole new look in Antiqued White with Espresso Glaze. And the distressing reveals both the original stain and lite pine wood tones.
Espresso glaze is a mix I’ve created from Ralph Lauren Black Truffles and Tobacco glaze colors. It has more of a dark coffee bean look to it, and it looks great on this upstyled end table!
To see this end table in the home of the person who purchased it, go HERE!
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