DIY Chalk Paint Table + Cheese Board
DIY Chalk Paint Table + Cheese Board and easy entertaining ideas for a simple weekend gathering with friends.
I am SO excited to show you my new white kitchen table. I recently spotted the Charlotte Pedestal Table from Ave Raw and fell in LOVE! The curves are absolutely gorgeous. I knew it would look perfect painted white with a little bit of distressing. It definitely brightens up my kitchen and makes it feel more open.
I found these awesome metal blue chairs to go with the table and I think they go along perfectly. I used a Chalk Paint decorative paint to finish it and used my distressing technique. I even made a little video tutorial for you below. I used the same steps as I did on this dresser. :)
Once my table was painted, I picked up a fresh bunch of flowers for the top. I hosted a BBQ last weekend, so I knew I wanted something simple to spruce up the space.
One thing I’ve learned over the past few years, is that you don’t need to spend hours in the kitchen (or on making decor for that matter) to create a nice looking spread.
Since I had a pretty new table, a vase full of pink peonies on top was a must. Aren’t they gorgeous?! Fresh flowers are a must in my book when it comes to entertaining. They are the simplest way to decorate a table.
Another thing I love to do is have appetizers set out on the table. This past weekend I created this delicious cheese board with all kind of different cheese, meats and spreads. I like to have a variety, so everyone has something they love. Here’s what I included:
DIY Chalk Paint Table + Cheese Board Elements:
- Water/multigrain crackers
- French baguette, sliced
- Pita bread, cut into triangles
- Cheddar cheese, cut into cubes
- Gouda cheese
- Brie cheese (recipe below)
- Green olives
Baked Brie with Honey
- Brie cheese rind
- 3 to 4 Tablespoons of honey
Preheat the oven to 350°F. Cut the brie in half. Wrap a baking sheet with foil and then place the brie rind on the foil. Drizzle the honey over the top.
Bake for 5 to 7 minutes, or until the cheese has started to melt out. Enjoy with french baguettes or crackers.
You could also set your table with a simple place setting. All I did was place the plates on top of chargers and then a napkin on top of the plate. Then for the name tag I cut off a few branches for my boxwood bushes outside and place them inside of a name tag.
Are you swooning over the pedestal table yet? I seriously fall more in love every time I walk by!
So there you have it, some of my simple tips for painting a table and creating a cheese board for your friends!
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