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  • Skinny Cow

    Get that old wood look without waiting 50+ years for it to naturally happen! Courtesy of 'Young House Love'!

  • Abby Rupsa

    Distressing new wood

  • Lauren Childers Calaway

    How to age and distress wood (with sharp objects and stain.) By John and Sherry on Young House Love.

  • Lori Christian

    Making New Wood Look Old | Young House Love - we are using this to help us with some Habitat Restore wood that we got to make a DIY headboard. Has videos, pictures, etc. if you want to get the reclaimed wood look.

  • Jen Day

    cool diy projects for the house

  • Cameron Christiansen

    This is a great how to age wood. they made a neat console. Looked pretty good!

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