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Painted furniture ideas

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DIY Create The Look Of Weathered Wood With Stain! Brandi Sawyer

How To Create A Weathered Wood Finish

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How to re-coat furniture-- especially family heirlooms you don't want to paint!

Re-coating the Buffet

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So simple but elegant.

OUTDOOR | THE STYLE FILES | Page 2

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#buffet Photography by brycecoveyphotogr... Read more - www.stylemepretty...

Gallery & Inspiration | Picture - 986756

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Come see how this old wood desk got a fun mint-colored makeover! Click for details at LoveGrowsWild.com

Mint Desk Makeover - Love Grows Wild

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Avid boaters, the homeowners collect sea ephemera from day trips around the island. | Lonny.com

Castaway Chic - July/August 2014 - Lonny

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Gallery & Inspiration | Collection - 365

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blue dresser

sarah m. dorsey designs: Commercial Office Credenza to Custom Credenza with Overlays

Colorways: Paint Color Swatch Book

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revitalize wood furniture

owen's olivia: Whitewashed Wood Technique {Tutorial}

owen's olivia: Whitewashed Wood Technique {Tutorial}

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Use 3/4 cup of canola oil, 1/4 cup of vinegar to restore wood. Don't wipe it off, the wood absorbs it.

Add details to old chairs by adding medallion and spray painting for quick update!

Flower Patch Farmgirl Green entry table, summer edition!

DIY painted upholstery furniture makeover | #diy #home #decor #painted #upholstery

Paint different chairs all the same color to give a cohesive look :)

Age Wood with Stain and Whitewash

How to Choose Colors When Painting Furniture

minwax classic gray 270 over glidden natural linen - sanding and poly on top

THIS is the primer to use when spray painting furniture. No comparison to any other. Literally no sanding required, and no bumpy sand paper feel after the primer has dried.

color and flow. Cabinets painted in Cape May Cobblestone by Benjamin Moore.