Distressed end table – Design “shabby chic” has been popular for more than two decades, and a mark of this style of decoration is distressed furniture romantic but rustic. Whether you’re working with a table of new and old wood, it can be achieved easily and affordably distressed look. All you need to complete this project is a couple of hours, a little patience and some basic supplies in your store home improvement. Find a well ventilated place to complete distressed end table. A garage or outdoors is ideal. Place a cloth or newspaper under your table to protect the floor below. Clean your table full with a warm towel and mild soap. Apply one coat of latex paint, which is the color that shows through once your project is complete. Apply a layer of the second color once the first coat of paint is completely dry. In some cases, the drying process may take up to 24 hours.
If necessary, apply an additional layer of the second color to achieve uniform coverage. Select the areas you plan anguish at his table. Usually, the parties naturally become distressed end table with age and wear include corners, feet, handles and knobs. Buff seven areas in a circular motion lightly with steel wool or sandpaper until you reach your desired level of exposure undercoat. Using optional finishing techniques imitation, or go to step 9. Saturate a piece of gauze and apply the glaze with blotting motion to simulate the accumulated dirt.
To create the appearance of insect burrows, dip a toothbrush in glaze and flick to make random splatter patterns. Make punctures with an icepack to simulate “wormholes”. Apply your choice of paste wax with a stain or lacquer in the direction of the wood grain using a thick short bristle brush. Shellac will have a brighter finish. Buff paste wax with a towel after a few hours. For top coats of shellac, allow at least 24 hours drying time.