Creating A Reptile Skin TableTop

This table had a bumpy finish on top

I grabbed it this morning,  ready to start its transformation…

I love my job!

It’s wet…  I love the black…. should I leave it black and do a glossy topcoat?  Maybe finish the rest of the table in CeCe Vintage White?   Or one of their pretty greys like Seattle Mist or Pittsburgh Gray?

Or continue on the top to create a finish like this?

and do the rest of the table dark, like Vermont Slate?    Decisions Decisions…

Stay tuned for final results.

Are you in the Metro Detroit area and interested in learning this finish?  Check out my workshop schedule (summer schedule posted tonight) for our upcoming textured hide finish.

ARE YOU READY TO GET your paint on?

Of course you are!   My online store will cover all your needs – the best DIY paints on the market in a variety of container sizes including samplers,   rollers, brushes,  even custom sample wood squares created just how you request.

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