Nothing a little cleaning, sanding, painting and more sanding couldn't cure.
The big burned spot was tricky, but the dent it left adds character.
(It's not white on top, that's the reflection of the sunlight. The whole thing is the same greenish-blue color - which also doesn't translate in the photos. It's not as green as it looks here.)
I had a cute Anthropologie knob perfect for the drawer.
It was an easy, breezy and fun little project. We love this little table. My daughter is currently hogging it in her room. My other daughter wants it for her new apartment. Would love to find another and make a match for it and use it in my coastal - always-a-work-in-progress - living room decor.
Sadly, I mixed the paint myself and I'm not sure which of the numerous similar colors I have were used. Not sure I could make another one the same, but then, maybe that doesn't matter.
Even if I never find a companion piece, there'll always be something new in the next trash pile to make over.
I wonder what will show up next!
Find me at Nifty Thrifty Sunday this weekend.
The Tablescaper's Seasonal Sundays
Keeping it Simple on Monday
Lines Across My Face's Cure for the Common Monday Party
Home Happy Home Whimsy Wednesday