It doesn’t have to be “vintage” to slap a coat of paint on it and make it truly one of a kind. It takes nerve (with a capital “B”) to do this when you have just purchased a brand new piece. According to Richard, it was crying out for a little extra attention…not that this round solid oak table wasn’t great “before”. It has a nice distressed birch/grey stain on it which.works well in traditional, French country and transitional decor.
Richard had a gloss black stain rubbed into the top and now it’s spectacular, unique and available “exclusively” at Glam.