I've been sitting on the fence for a while about starting a blog. I don't know about you, but for me it's downright overwhelming and a little confusing. I actually got my page set up...kind of, then I would work on it for a while, get frustrated, and leave it for weeks before I came back to it. Well, last week I posted two little photos to my Instagram page. These particular posts were photos of a nightstand that I had refinished with chalk paint. This also happened to be my..
For this finished I used Rust-Oleum Weathered Gray stain for the first coat. I let it dry over night then I distressed the wood. I used 220 grit to lightly sand, focusing on the edges. The last color coat was a white glaze (a glazing medium + antique white latex paint). Finally, the clear coats. Fisherman's Wife Furniture: Master Bedroom Dresser Reveal
10 easy bedroom storage solutions. Declutter your bedroom, and make it clean, neat and tidy. Lots of ideas and inspirations for clever bedroom storage, from shoe storage to laundry, to making the most of bed space, under the bed and in it. Click through to find out more.
The Beginner's Guide to Distressing with Annie Sloan | It turns out that distressing with Chalk Paint® Decorative Paint and Wax by Annie Sloan doesn't have to be stressful at all! Here's a detailed tutorial for how to age and distress a piece of furniture to give it that time-worn look, rich with character. This guide is your one stop shop for inspiration; so what are you waiting for? This paint is SO easy to work with.
Pimp my ride? No. It's "Pinterest my knotty pine nightstand". 1. Stripped with Citristrip 2. Stained with Rustoleum in Kona 3. Painted with homemade chalk paint in Benjamin Moore Clay Beige 4. Antique glazed with Valspar Asphaltum 5. Sealed with Minwax Polycrylic....Taddow!