Yellow and Gold Sofa Table
This is your basic Queen Anne style sofa table… kind of boring isn’t it? This particular one was all kinds of scratched up on the top and was missing one of the handle pulls… not too bad but not good either!
I picked up a new-to-me CeCe Caldwell paint color, this one is Johnston Daffodil… a soft, pale yellow… and very pretty! I know in the pictures it seems more off white, but trust me it’s yellow!
After sanding the scratches off of the top I painted it with 2 coats of Daffodil and VERY lightly distressed it.
I taped off the stripe pattern with painters tape and sprayed the top with the same Krylon Gold paint that I used on the “new” handles… I then sprayed the top with Rustoleum’s clear matte spray, otherwise the gold paint would bleed when I waxed it. After the clear coat was dry I waxed the whole table with ASCP Clear Wax and buffed.
I just love the way the gold stripes help the piece feel more modern, maybe even gives the old Queen an edgier feel… either way I LOVE the stripes!
I think this is a great sofa table or console table, hopefully it will find the perfect “new” home!
Hope you like it!
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Posted on March 28, 2013, in Furniture refinishing and tagged Annie Sloan Wax, CeCE Caldwell Johnston Daffodil yellow, CeCe Caldwell's chalk and clay paint, clay and chalk paint, painted sofa table, painting furniture, painting stripes on furniture, Refinishing furniture, Rustoleum Gold spray paint, sofa table, yellow sofa table. Bookmark the permalink. 15 Comments.