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  • Gail Malaby

    distressed furniture tutorial ^dining room table color idea^

  • getSNAZZY.com -Jess

    tutorial on distressing furniture. I like the different colored table legs.

  • Linda Baljeu

    Distressing furniture... @Dana Curtis Goetsch... color options for our dining table??

  • Amy Lutes

    Turquoise Distressed Table Instructions. Sand top, rough up, paint legs (set on tin cans to dry) stain top in Minwax Provincial, stain legs in Provincial, wait a minute, then wipe off stain. Sand lightly in places if color too heavy. Add topcoat final finish. I would do the top with white and have all white chairs to go with it in our kitchen table

  • Danielle Lottridge

    Turquoise table legs

  • Vanessa Penner

    Turquoise Distressed Table Instructions. Sand top, rough up, paint legs (set on tin cans to dry) stain top in Minwax Provincial, stain legs in Provincial, wait a minute, then wipe off stain. Sand lightly in places if color too heavy. Add topcoat final finish. Lots of other ideas here, too.

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How to: Distressing Furniture - Tips & Techniques (white wash, glaze, wax, stain & dry-brushing techniques)

There are a few ways you can distress your painted furniture. Here are some of the different techniques you can use to distress click on the arrow below to read more:

An awesome tip on distressing furniture without mess or fumes....all you need is spray paint, sandpaper and furniture marker!!!!

how to distress furniture without dark waxing the entire piece.

Moving into a new apartment at the beginning of the month and am going for an antiqued look, found these great tips for turning an average piece of furniture into a rustic classic.

think I'm gonna do the desk in Cassie's room like this but with white instead of blue- really like the dark wood stain on top.

After spray painting furniture, sand back the edges with a palm sander, and then apply stain to those areas with a cotton swab.