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DIY Herringbone Coffee Table

Herringbone pattern is stylish, always elegant and easy to create, that’s why today we’ll make this herringbone table. You’ll need a herringbone stencil, vinyl, gold metallic spray paint and a small table. Wipe it down really good and remove all of the gunk off of it. Make a herringbone stencil out of vinyl and stick it on the top. Once you attach the vinyl, take some gold metallic spray paint and spray the top of the table. Next, roll a coat of polycrylic over the top to prevent any spray paint from getting scratched off over time. That’s it! Quick, easy and super cute!

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