How to Get a Weathered Wood Look on Your Kitchen Table Top Using Paint & Stain

Lost & Found Decor

You will be able to use this technique to update your own kitchen table using just paint and stain, without the messy and time-consuming process of totally refinishing it.

Prep Work Before Painting

The first step is always to properly prep your furniture before you paint. Scrub and sand as directed below!


Painting Your Kitchen Table

I painted, in total, 3 coats on the base and probably 2 coats on the top.


Adding the Gray Weathered Wood

Once the paint was dry on the top, I poured directly onto the surface a bit of Fusion’s Stain & Finishing Oil in the color Driftwood. Details below.


Finished Look

A fresh, on-trend, light wood-look top and all without breaking out the heavy sander or stripper!


Full Guide Below

Click the link below for a detailed guide on how to paint your  table with a weathered wood style.