The Drum Table

9.11.2011

I am so glad I purchased this drum table. I love the way it turned out. Even though the guy at the store cringed at the thought of me painting it it really is what was best since it was so damaged.

Here is a reminder of the shape this table was in when I brought it home.

After.  If you missed what I used to fix the damaged area check out that post here.


 
I used ASCP, of course, in Chateau Gray again. This gray is very green. It is the same as my chest in the foyer and my mantel in the great room. It is funny how it looks lighter on this table.

I painted all the decorative parts, brass feet, and handle with craft paint in wrought iron.

 I sanded several places and used clear and dark waxes.


Where the leather was damaged by water or something looks much better now.

Just look at that shine.

Love the way the beaded trim looks now.



Y'all can tell what room it is in if you read my blog much. I will show you this in the room and the vignette on top soon.

Have a wonderful week!


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56 comments:

  1. The table turned out great. I try not tell anyone anymore that I will paint a piece, they get upset and tell me how painting it will affect the antique price. I definitely love the gray color by ASCP.

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  2. I'm glad you painted it. Looks smashing. I'm almost ready for the giveaway. I'll email you tomorrow. Enjoy the rest of the evening!

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  3. i love how this table looks! absolutely lovely. can't wait to see a wider shot!!
    cheryl xox.

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  4. That table was just screaming for some paint wasn't it? LOL I have a table very similar and it almost looks just as bad. I think you have inspired me to order my first can of AS paint. It turned out beautifully. Love it! Have a great week. Blessings, Barb

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  5. Wow, that table looks great. I love the bead work around the edge. This is a nice 'rescue' of a beat up table! I wonder what the seller thinks now? :-) Pamela

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  6. On my goodness! Can I have it? It looks gorgeous! Amazing transformation!
    Debbie

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  7. Kim that table looks great! It looks like the one I have in my bedroom that I painted last year that belonged to my grandparents. Martina

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  8. I love vintage pieces and this one looks wonderful now that it has a lovely makeover. Love it! love it!

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  9. Hi Kim,
    You did such a nice job on the drum table! The color is beautiful. Have you selected a special place in your home for it? Susie

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  10. Your drum table looks fantastic now Kim! I love the finish!

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  11. So pretty, wow! Any you can't even tell any of the detail was missing, you fixed it perfectly...how did you fix it!?Looks amazing Kim!

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  12. It's a beautiful table, Kim, and I love how you did the hardware, too!

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  13. Fabulous,...I wonder if that fellow would change his tune if he saw how beautiful this table is now. Love that colour!!

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  14. Kim,
    You are a true artist! Tell us sometime how you repaired the little piece of beading that was damaged just below the knob. It's gorgeous!
    Best,
    Susan

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  15. Just beautiful. Love the hardware and trim.

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  16. This turned out amazing, love the metal accents you painted. where and how did you fix the bead trim that was missing? love it!! xo Debra

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  17. Looks great! I can't wait to see the vignette on top.

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  18. Kim,
    This might be one of my favorites! I do love round end tables and this one is beautiful! Love her new color!!
    Wendy

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  19. It turned out beautiful! Love the color of it.

    Rachel

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  20. You did a great job on this. The beading looks perfect.

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  21. Kim, you truly gave that table a new lease on life!!! It' beautiful, just like everything you put a paintbrush to!

    Kat :)

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  22. Awesome Kim. Your finish looks great, and the wrought iron finish on the brass is the perfect touch.

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  23. Gorgeous, as are all your painted pieces!!!
    Jane

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  24. Kim, your table looks great! This is another amazing transformation!

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  25. Hi Kim, the table turned out beautiful. love the color and the hardware looks beautiful!

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  26. That looks so much better! It is beautiful! I can't wait to see where you put it in there!

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  27. Well done - you've given it new life.

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  28. You did a wonderful job! I love drum tables, and your paint job highlights all the lovely details. I was just wondering - do you ever sit and do nothing?? x Sharon

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  29. Simple put? It's a work of art. Wow.

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  30. Kim looks beautiful! What color wax do you use? I love the finish!

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  32. The table looks beautiful and SO much better!! Great job!

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  33. O'Kim what a gorgeous make-over!

    Enjoy your day,
    Gail

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  34. You have got to show the pictures of this table to the man who sold it to you! I think you would change his opinion! It's perfect now.

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  35. Wow, wow, wow! So loving this and the color is perfect! I think you need to take a picture of this and bring it back to the guy to prove to him how much better it looks!

    Can't wait to see the top of it all decorated!

    Megan

    http://1funkywoman.blogspot.com

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  36. Beautiful, Kimmie!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  37. Kim...the genius painter...is at it again.....love the details and can't wait to see how you style it!

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  38. Good job on a great old table. I love the beaded trim.

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  39. Looks great Kim. It was definitely a candidate for painting.:-) You improved it 100%.

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  40. This turned out fantastic!
    I have to tell you, Kim, some man pinned this on Pinterest and I saw it there on the new Pins page!
    You are spreading the love, Kim.
    :)
    xx
    A

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  41. Great job on this! I think it looks amazing painted!

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  42. Love this style and I would have painted it, too.:)

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  43. Fantastic! You did such an awesome job and who would have thought to have used pearls!? Go figure!

    xxoo
    Becky

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  44. Oh my Kim, you are on a roll with all of your chalk paint projects...I have not gotten a chance to break out of my mold and give it a try but with this latest table of yours I will have to admit it is tempting. Your table looks fabulous...I guess it is the waxing step that causes me concern. But you my dear have definitely got this stuff down to perfection. Since I have no chalk paint projects of my own, I put a link to you in my latest post.

    Jermaine

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  45. I'm so impressed with how this table turned out. The trim replacement looks really good. I love this color of chalk paint!

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  46. I just bought some Chateau Grey at Robyn Stoy Designs for a drop leaf kitchen table I am working on. So glad to see this outcome!

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  47. Beautiful table - well done!

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  48. It really turned out pretty.

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  49. Hey Kim, it looks so much better! I love it. I have wanted a drum table for years. When you use the dark wax, do you only apply that in the areas that you want dark? And the clear wax all over?
    Thanks,
    Glenda

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  50. Glenda, yes, I always put the clear wax all over first. Then the brown can go all over too or in selected areas. You can also mix the clear and brown together.

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  51. Fabulous remake! I really need to try some of that ASCP.

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  52. Kim you've got that magic touch and yes I know what room it's in. :)

    -heather

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  53. I love it! It came out so nice and so much better than before. And I barely even notice the beaded trim that you had to add! Grat job Kim!

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