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rustic painted table top

Woohoo I’m back in the saddle! Feels good to take a paint brush to some furniture again – this time for a friend whose sweet husband built her this gorgeous table!

Woohoo I’m back in the saddle! Feels good to take a paint brush to some furniture again – this time for a friend whose sweet husband built her this gorgeous table! She wanted some help …

Woohoo I'm back in the saddle! Feels good to take a paint brush to some furniture again - this time for a friend whose sweet husband built her this gorgeous table! She wanted some help with the fin.

teal layered chippy paint finish

Woohoo I’m back in the saddle! Feels good to take a paint brush to some furniture again – this time for a friend whose sweet husband built her this gorgeous table!

White weathered table top

Feels good to take a paint brush to some furniture again – this time for a friend whose sweet husband built her this gorgeous table!

white wash testing

Feels good to take a paint brush to some furniture again – this time for a friend whose sweet husband built her this gorgeous table!

How to Age, Distress & Antique | Pretty Handy Girl

Aging is so Distressing - Techniques for Antiquing Furniture

How to Age, Distress & Antique

layered paint technique

layered paint technique

weathered table top tutorial

I would like to possibly use this on a small drop leaf table I have that I may use at the top of the staircase.

DIY Barn Wood Technique | Paint Trick | the tutorial uses Cece Caldwell paints, but can get the same with other paints/stains -- Step 1: Gray (Pittsburgh Gray) and water into wood grain, Step 2: Dry, Step 3: Wipe stain over it (She used Savannah Praline) Step 4:  Let stain Dry a few hours, Step 5: Small amount of white (Simply White) paint and dry brush onto it going with grain (wipe off excess as needed, but may need to add more after wiping excess), Step 6: Let cure or wipe on wax or…

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DIY: Layered Dry Brushed Finish - dry brushing layers of orange and turquoise paint, followed by a layer of stain - via The Quaint Cottage

nice cabinet finish for knotty pine cabinets. dry brush (wipe) turquoise paint onto cabinets. sand off to show more wood, finish with satin stain. use all water soluble finishes, acrylic based, polyurethane acrylic based too.

Thrifty and Chic: Make new wood look old and weathered

Make new wood look old and weathered

Thrifty and Chic - DIY Projects and Home Decor - master bedroom flooring

dark walnut stained table top

Feels good to take a paint brush to some furniture again – this time for a friend whose sweet husband built her this gorgeous table!

80% weathered gray 20% Jacobean (for barnwood sliding door - I would go 70/30 gray/Jacobean)

The BEST Formula for Warm Gray Stain (Ella Claire)

Warm Weathered Gray Stain Formula for wood furniture: Classic Gray from Minwax Jacobean from Minwax Lightly mix stains together in a disposable container by EllaClaire

Whether you are putting up wood paneling, making a wooden crate, or building a piece of furniture out of wood, you may want to have your new wood look old and weathered to add a bit of character and charm to your project.  Here are a few tips and tricks to make new wood look old and weathered.

How to Make New Wood Look Old and Weathered

Whether you are putting up wood paneling, making a wooden crate, or building a…

DIY:  How to Get this Weathered Look with Paint - another easy and awesome finish!  Brush on, wipe off - Sand and Sisal

3 Painting Techniques for Furniture

The Weathered Look - Painting Technique Tuto rial - another easy & awesome finish! Brush on, wipe off!

DIY:  The Layered Look Paint Finish - easy tutorial - this uses a resist (oil, Vaseline, wax) so the 2nd paint color resists adhering to the 1st & makes it so much easier to sand.

3 Painting Techniques for Furniture

DIY: How to Get this Layered Paint Finish - easy tutorial shows how a resist (oil, Vaseline, wax) is used so the paint color resists adhering to the making it easier to sand - via Sand and Sisal

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