There was a time when sewing tables were beautiful and made to fit in with your decor. When your sewing machine was tucked away, the cabinet looked and functioned as a table.
The sewing machine was missing from this one that I found in an antique store, but I knew it would be beautiful as an end table.
I also knew that a little paint would bring out the detail. I chose the color Dusty Blue from the Dixie Belle Company.
I added a little black glaze to highlight some of the detail.
This is the perfect example of the phrase, "they don't make 'em like they used to!"
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