Last year, I shared a simple project on our restored wood outdoor table. Well, fast forward a year later and that restored wood table is good, but I wanted to give it a fresh coat of paint to make it pop more in our new outdoor patio. So we both got to work tackling various spray paint refresh projects like the Faux Dip-Dyed Garden Pot and the spray painted lantern (coming soon), and Jon worked on the revamped wood outdoor table project.
Supplies Need for this Project:
- Drill (we love our RIDGID Drill)
- Drop Cloth
- Rust-Oleum Yellow Spray Paint
- Rust-Oleum Comfort Grip
Begin to remove the table top from the metal frame by using a drill.
Once all the wood has been removed, clean the metal, place a drop cloth outside and then begin spray painting the frame. We used Rust-Oleum Yellow spray paint with the comfort grip attachment. We sprayed two light coats onto the frame about 30 minutes a part.
Once the frame is dry–reassemble it!
Voila! In an hours time you have a Revamped Wood Outdoor Table! I love how the yellow pops with the rest of our revamped back paito. I also love how a simple spray of spray paint can give an entire table a new look and feel.