This vintage hexagon end table had seen it’s better day. That is, until it was painted, glazed, and distressed!
Of all the old pieces of furniture I like to refinish, hexagon end tables are a favorite.
Weary and worn, I have little desire to see these dated pieces in my home. Refinished with paint, glaze, and distressing, they take on a whole new life of character and eye-catching appeal.
This piece is upstyled in in distressed Peacock Blue. Black glaze accents the detailed areas. And old lion’s head pulls replaced the original pulls (since one of them was broken).
This piece is also featured in our Hexagon End Tables Collection, which shows how these pieces have been refinished in all kind of colors!
This dresser is among the must unique I’ve refinished. The molding around the fronts of the drawers double as the pulls!
This dresser is painted, glazed, and distressed in Turquoise, with heavy Black Glaze on the piece. The before and after photos here capture the transformation.
Find more inspiration in our Bedroom Furniture – Before & After collection. Or visit our Turquoise Refinished Furniture collection.
Chunky pine end tables painted, glazed and distressed in Sea Blue with Black Glaze accenting detailed areas.
Distressing reveals yellow wood tones of original finish.
For more inspiration, visit our Living & Dining Room Furniture – Before & After collection.
This narrow chest of drawers had seen its better day. Weary and worn, it took on a whole new life with paint, glaze and distressing!
Refinished in Sea Blue and Black Glaze, it came back to life. Distressing revealed its original wood tones, and new helped give it an upstyled look!
For more inspiration, visit our Bedroom Furniture – Before & After collection.
This tall dresser was painted, glazed, and distressed, giving it a new, upstyled look.
It was painted Barn Red, with Black Glaze accenting the molding. The edges were lightly distressed, and the original vintage pulls were spray painted satin black.
Classic French Provincial nightstand painted, glazed, and distressed in Turquoise with Black Glaze accenting detailed areas. Distressing reveals original wood tones. Original pulls are re-used on this piece.
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Charming old oak chair with great lines and ornate detail. Painted, glazed, and distressed in Peacock Blue, with Black Glaze and distressing accenting detailed areas and the old oak character. New upholstery fabric from Hobby Lobby.
To see this chair’s twin upstyled in antiqued white, go HERE. Visit our DIY Inspiration album for even more furniture brought to life with paint and glaze!