Drybrushing—basically using a brush with only traces of paint on it—is something you can do to add a hint of color to any painted piece. It may take some experimenting to master, but the key is to have only a hint of paint on the brush. After dipping the tip of the brush in the can, tap it on a dry scrap of wood to remove most of the paint. Then lighting brush the piece to create a hint of color. Sand lighting and seal with a wipe-on poly and your old table is new again. For more of my tips on paint makeovers, click here.