I believe I have showed the "before" of this table, if not, here it is:
You can see in the photo that it was one of those over lacquered tables, that is pretty beat up. But the curves are all there, and they are nice! The top had really pretty woodwork, a nice diamond inlay. So, continuing with my recent love affair with wood AND paint rather than one or the other, I stripped this table to the bare wood. I stained the top Dark Walnut, and then went hexagonal with it. Here it is:
So it turns out I'm in love with the table. You never know when cupids arrow will strike, do you... haha. Seriously though, I'm happy with how it came out. It's just as I imagined. I love the dark wood flowing in between those hexagons, and then the contrasting turquoise underneath. It's actually a light turquoise, who's name I can't be sure of, as I spotted in the mishap aisle. You haven't been to the mishap aisle? It's really great.. you can pick up a lot of fun colors that have been abandoned by whoever asked them to be made. Usually for a couple bucks! This one was a lucky find. Anyway, this table is for sale... but if it doesn't go, I will not mind seeing it in my living room! hehe.. have a great weekend!