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I gave it a generous layer of dark grey. No priming necessary, the finish was very dry.- Next, I slathered on a coat of white gesso.- Then I wiped back the excess until I was happy with the finish. My favorite thing to wipe back with is an old t-shirt, or something similar.

On a small table was produced great books. The photographer shot this in Jane Austen's house in Chawton, England.

How to Do an Antique Silver Finish I bought some wood frames at the thrift store recently for $3 each and wanted to do an antique silver finish on them.  I also wanted it to look more like a wash and have the wood show through a little. To start, since I wanted the wood to show …

DIY:: 10 Spray Paint Tips: what you never knew about spray paint (like how to spray paint a frame to give it dimension!). Good to know! Excellent Resource For all !

Closing ephemeral ..... Chiusura effimera ...

I like this, a.) because its awesome looking, and b.) because the horn on the table looks like how I imagine Queen Susan's horn from the Chronicles of Narnia would look.

~ I have an ornate mirror that I've been thinking about refinishing ~ and this is the look I'd like to create! (photo by Jessica of Such Pretty Things)

It's in the details, always the details!

one of my decorative finishes (by Elizabeth VanHoutan of Punch & Sizzle)

Wonderful, massive aged blue cupboard with antique chairs also well aged and a bit "rough."

Vignette by M o n i k a C l a a s s e n of Splendid Willow blog

villabarnes: Old World Love