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How to Do an Antique Glaze on Painted Furniture - Using black paint, a glazing medium and a few drops of water, you can create a dark, antiqued effect in the cr…

How to Do an Antique Glaze on Painted Furniture. Using black paint, a glazing medium and a few drops of water, you can create a dark, antiqued effect in the cracks and corners of your piece. More on the web site.

Using black paint, a glazing medium and a few drops of water, you can create a dark, antiqued effect in the cracks and corners of your piece. Supplies The Recipe The first step is to mix your glazing solution.  I use equal parts of glazing medium and black

How to Do an Antique Glaze on Painted Furniture

Project featured by Brittney Powell Brittney did an amazing job doing a complete redo of this chair. Here are the steps she followed to do a painted, antique finish.  View the slideshow below to read more:

DIY: How to do an Antique Glaze on Painted Furniture

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I think this would be fun with one of those tacky, old gold, frames that used to be so popular. I would under-paint it with hammered bronze spray paint first, then go over it with the turquoise (or another color) but not completely cover up the bronze. Then of course you would have to have a mirror cut to fit, but that is pretty inexpensive. Would be such a FUN project! LOVE IT!!