First I disassembled the table and laid out all of the visible wood pieces (table legs, top base, chair legs, seat base, and seat back) on trash bags outside.
Next, I applied two coats of spray paint to wood, allowing time to dry between each coat.
While the spray paint was drying I cut the patterned contact paper to fit the table top and chair tops, allowing about a half inch to fold over the sides to avoid peeling. If you are unable to find a contact paper that you like you can wrap your table tops with gift wrapping paper and then cover with clear contact paper
When your paint is dry reassemble your table.The results? A hot pink and damask table with a completely washable surface!
|Ella and Madeline "coloring" at their new table|