Whimsical Side Table

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I picked up a side table last summer for $5 and finally got around to painting it. I used  green Rust-Oleum Chalkboard Brush-On Paint for the top and drawer fronts. I first filled in any chips and scratches then primed everything with a BIN primer. I love that stuff! I had some left over from painting my 1960's wood paneling in the basement.  I put a few coats of the chalkboard paint on and let it dry for a few days before priming it with a piece of chalk. The rest of the end table was painted in a sea blue paint that I had. 

I think it turned out fine and it's in the finished basement room where I often play music with friends. The table top is wonderful to write some "notes" that we need to remember. I hope you're inspired to use the chalkboard paint in unconventional ways. I've seen some great ideas for use in the kitchen.
 

https://www.rustoleum.com/product-catalog/consumer-brands/specialty/chalkboard-brush-on

http://www.rustoleum.com/product-catalog/consumer-brands/zinsser/primer-sealers/b-i-n-shellac-base-primer/