I spotted these ultra-bargain modern stacking chairs from Target (amazing find at $59 for a set of two. Yes, that's under 30 bucks each!) and have been thinking about picking up a set of four to give my kitchen an update.
They're just like West Elm's, but much, much less expensive (try $158 to $198 for a set of two).
Actually, I will probably do them in cool white...
...to add some sleek modernness and style to my old wood table from Pottery Barn that I've had for ages—my first grown-up furniture purchase, actually, from long ago CT days in my first apartment. The table's a small, inexpensive light pine version of this—and not nearly as chunky but still cool.
Montego straight leg table from Pottery Barn
And it needs a refinish. I'm thinking I want to sand it all down and lime wax it. I want it bleached out and looking rustic, antique, natural. Like this...
Kieran table from Jayson Home and Garden
Now, how to go about it? Apartment Therapy has a good little tutorial here. Actually, they make it seem too easy. Apparently all I really need is this:
Briwax liming wax, just $18.40 from Amazon
Anyone out there tried this? What do you think?