This little table needed a lot of love. The price had been reduced 3 times at the Goodwill ~ obviously, no one was seeing its potential.
I'm actually surprised to see how good it looks in the 'before' pictures. A little deceptive, if you ask me!
I sanded the top down to the bare wood. There was one really deep scratch that I was unable to completely remove ~ I can picture how it probably happened… imagine a toddler, with a fork, just going to town on it!
I actually liked the look of the natural wood with the white base. However, I've found that when I'm selling pieces, the darker stain seems to do better. Anyone else had experience with this?
See the scratch in the top right corner? The dark stain helped to camouflage it, but it's still there. Character, right?