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|And here is my sad little table. Looking more than a tad worn.|
So which way did I decide to go on my sad little table. Chrome? Hammered Nickle? Brushed aluminum? Polished Aluminum? Hammered Copper? Antiquey Wood and Bronze?
X The chrome table won't work because the shape is completely different, not to mention the finish will be difficult for me to recreate since it is mirror like.
? The hammered nickle table is a contender. The circular shape and overall height works . The base is different but the finish could be re-created
X The brushed aluminum table won't work even though they are both circular tables the overall profile is to dissimilar. However, I think the finish could be re-created.
X The polished aluminum is also eliminated. The lines are comparable but the finish is to mirror like for me to recreate.
? The hammered copper table is a contender. The circular shape and overall height works . The profile is dissimilar but the finish could be re-created
? The antiquey table is a very strong contender. The circular shape and overall height works. The lines are very similar.. The marble look can be created with faux paint, the bronze finish can be replicated and the detailing can be mimicked with decorative trim work.
? The hammered metal cocktail table is a contender. The circular shape works. The height, profile and base are dissimilar but the finish could be re-created
You would think the antiquey table wins but it looks a little to heavy and staid. So pick again. Here's a clue...
Yep I went for a hammered metal finish with a twist. Soooooo (drum roll please)....
|I think the nailhead trim gives it some oomph!|
|You can really see the texture here.|
How did it turn out? Is it a hit or miss?