How To Make a Lace Patterned Coffee Table

 

6a00d8358081ff69e20153916f1958970b-800wiRecently Kinsey had a super cute idea for a DIY coffee table that we could use in the dressing room area of our boutique! I loved it so much that I asked her to share her cute idea here. Here's how she made this pretty piece.

 

 

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How To Make a Lace Patterned Coffee Table/ 1-2. Supplies Needed: A coffee table in imperfect condition. Ours is faux wood (plastic!) and had several scratches and dents. We would never do this to a piece in perfect vintage condition, but for this $3 thrift find it was the perfect solution. You'll also need lace (enough to mask the entire table) and spray paint (we chose Pistachio!). 2. Next, we covered the top of the table with lace and secured the edges underneath with masking tape. 3. After making sure all the edges were secure, we sprayed the legs a solid color to make the top pop even more! 4. Begin spray painting over the lace about a foot away, covering the entire table. 5. We let the paint dry for about an hour on a warm day. 6. After it's dry, slowly begin peeling the lace back to reveal your beautiful new table! This technique is also perfect for creating a pretty journal cover, a suitcase or making a pretty piece of art to frame. Enjoy!
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6a00d8358081ff69e20153916f1958970b-800wiI love the perfectly imperfect texture that this technique created!

 

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Thanks for taking a peek! xo, elsie

 

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