The top had some chipped areas and a small section where the
surface wood had rippled, so I just distressed those parts, along with the edges.
That really helped make it look like it has been used for years in a classroom.
Other than freshening the sides and legs up with some stain and sealer,
I left the original finish the same, because it is wonderfully aged.
It sold quickly in my Etsy shop.
I love the shape of the top.
I’ve got another chalkboard style project I’ll be sharing with you
tomorrow, but you can’t use chalk to write on it.
You’ll find out what you can do with it tomorrow!