The table is pretty banged up with a faux leather top. I knew the carving in the legs would distress beautifully and I think I was right.
I noticed something right away. I like the way the Provence covered so much better than the white. Even the first coat was nice without any brush marks. I can't say that about Old White. The sample pot was enough to do this the table with two coats and I have enough left over to to a shelf also in my bedroom. Once again, I first waxed with clear wax and then sparingly applied the dark wax where I thought appropriate.
I don't want to go crazy with painted wood pieces all over the house but it is so tempting. My Hitchcock chairs are safe but the hutch and dining room table are in my sights!
Linking up to Get Your Craft On! and The 135th Power of Paint Party at Domestically Speaking and Transformation Thursday at The Shabby Creek Cottage and Furniture Feature Friday on Miss Mustard Seed because I just had to!!