We attached all the legs with our nail gun to the frame.When we flipped over the table we realized how high it really was, so we cut down all the legs so the table would be 30 inches. Voila! A table!
Now I gave the whole thing a coat of antique white paint.Then I mixed a polyurethane and stain glaze with black walnut stain. I distressed the legs a little but on the top I used the glaze hitting the high spots, filling in lines, and using a little bit of dry brushing, then I used the rest of the clear poly to cover the whole table to protect it outdoors.
Then we put the original hardware back on, the key hole, and knob hole.
Here you have it outside with our weathered benches. I can't wait to eat out here! And I keep telling Pat that if our next house has a formal dining room and an eat-in kitchen then we are using this as a table! He says no but I don't care, we will totally use it!I keep thinking that if this table could talk it would say... "I used to be a door, thanks for giving me a new job." Who doesnt love new job?
I am so excited to hang out with the girls tonight and watch Glee! I hope everyone has a wonderful short week!