I couldn't wait to photograph this weathered gray dining table that I recently finished for a client.
It's one of the more unique ones that I have done and is a great example of a layering paint.
It started as a plain wood table.
Then, I painted it a solid, pale gray.
Then, once that dried I layered several coats of charcoal gray using a dry brush technique.
I sanded with a very fine grit sandpaper until I achieved the look I wanted; adding more paint as needed.
The result is a weathered, worn, beachy vibe.