|Forum topic by roulette||posted 09-11-2016 04:39 PM||210 views||0 times favorited||1 reply|
09-11-2016 04:39 PM
Me and my Mrs are trying to refinish a mid-century modern danish teak table that is a bit worn, to a lighter shade to fit our new house. Due to the tree cover, we don’t get a lot of light in the house, so we are trying to keep our furnishings in lighter shade. We have a several questions and would love to hear your thoughts!
The wood is believed to be teak, as many danish furnitures were back in the 60s and 70s. To begin with the table had a slight cherry glow to it, we would like to bring down the red to make it lighter and match with our new eames mid-century dining chair (white seats).
Target – Reference image (we’d like to get as close as possible to this reference)
Sanded down (current state)
Thanks for your help!