We loved the legs and decoration around the edges, but we didn't care for the in-laid design on top. Sorry, but I can't show you what it looked like because I accidentally deleted a bunch of pictures on my laptop and for some reason I cannot get them back. Boy, does that fry my ass!
Anyway, we started by soaking some towels and leaving them on the table top overnight so we could loosen the veneer. After peeling it all off, Louie sanded down the top to a nice smooth finish.
I picked up a can of brown textured spray paint and sprayed the legs with 2 coats. Then we took a deer poster and I applied some mod podge to the table and carefully laid the poster on top, where I let it dry really good overnight. The next morning I took an exacto knife and carved the poster edges to fit the design of the table top. I finished up by coating with 3 layers of polyurethane. Here's the finished product....
I think it's kind of cool and very different. We'll see if it sells!
Available at Antiques Et Cetera in Benton, Ky.