While going thru my pictures, I found a coffee table that I painted a while back and never shared with you (you can tell it is an old project by the un-updated foyer). It had great bones when I found it, but it was quite dinged up. So I decided to paint it and distress it to highlight all the dings.
First we sanded it with the rotary sander (starting with 60 grit, then 120, then 200), and then wiped it down with a liquid deglosser.
Then I applied a coat of tinted primer and then two coats of paint.
I distressed the piece by sanding the edges and then glazed it. And here is the final result.
You can see more on the hook racks here.
Paint: Sherwin Williams ProClassic Interior Acrylic Latex – in Valspar’s Honeymilk.
Glaze: Behr Premium Plus Faux Glaze mixed with Anita’s All Purpose Acrylic Craft Paint in # 11131 Expresso Bean
Top Coat: Minwax Water-Based Polycrylic in Clear Satin