Here's what I used:
- Kilz original oil based primer
- Behr Premium Plus Ultra Interior Satin Enamel in Mystic Turquoise
- Varathane No Odor Interior Water Based Polyurethane Satin Crystal Clear (ordered on Amazon)
I thought the tables were too boring just painted. So, I broke out a stencil I had won in a giveaway a few years back but was too intimidated to ever use - the Gabrielle Damask Stencil from Cutting Edge Stencils.
I sponged it on using a combination of Martha Stewart metallic silver paints including sterling and pewter to create a unique two-toned look.
I'm really happy with how it came out.
Especially when it used to look like this.
I coated the top with three layers of polyurethane after I was finished.
Remember, it used to look like this many moons ago.
The new stenciled top is much better than a hundred tiny screaming faces, don't you think?
Yeah, I'm pretty sure no one can argue with that.