Browse the local flea market or scan Craigslist, and you'll find a surplus of affordable but dated wood furniture. These vintage pieces might seem beyond saving, but with some imagination and a couple coats of paint, they can be transformed into contemporary masterpieces. So pick a color and read on to learn how to paint wood furniture like you've been doing it for years.
Gloss-Off by Krud Kutter. I found it at Sherwin Williams and the best part is it smells like soap. No strong odor, the store said they use it in schools because it has no odor and is so safe. Not having to sand is especially wonderful when you're painting something with curvy legs or embellishments.
Folding wall table. This wall table is one of my favourites of all time. It is so clever designed, and the finish is over the top. When this table is folded up it looks totally like a picture, and when folded down the image hides below the table!