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How to Whitewash Wood

A clear tutorial and helpful tips on how to give wood a bright, beautiful whitewash... at


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How to Whitewash Wood

You will need 2 parts water to 1 part paint ratio. So for instance, I used 1 cup of paint and 2 cups water. Mix well with your paint brush. Next, paint your boards, doing only small amounts at a time. Before the paint has dried, use your towel to lightly wipe off small amounts of the paint, wiping with the grain of the wood.

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How to Whitewash Wood

How to white wash wood to create a photo backdrop

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How to Whitewash Furniture & Other Wood

I’ve been whitewashing quite a few pieces of furniture lately and really loving the way it looks. Here is the basic technique I use for… View the slideshow below to …

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Whitewash A Pallet Table

Learn how to whitewash raw wood for a shabby chic finish. . Free tutorial with pictures on how to make a coffee table in under 60 minutes by decorating with paint. How To posted by Alida Makes. Difficulty: Easy. Cost: Cheap. Steps: 4

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The Best Way to Whitewash Wood

The Best Way to Whitewash Wood - Refresh Living

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How to Create a Weathered Wood Gray Finish

Last week on the blog, I shared a Rustic Tree Branch Desk DIY, that Brandon built and finished. The photos I took didn't quite show off the rustic, distressed finish like I wanted, so I am sharing some close up photos today of the finish as well as how we created a weathered wood gray finish. We tested out a few different combinations to get a more gray washed looked. Ultimately, we decided on using a combination of stain and white washed paint (paint mixed with water) to achieve a...

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