lot of furniture and signs and I hardly ever do it the same way twice. I think the one thing I did do a lot on this table was dry brushing and dry blotting then brush (to build up the paint and make it look like there are more layers) then I also used stain to add color and texture. I don't think I actually
how you distress your pieces? I would love this look for a kitchen table. thanks!
could distress a painted base table and add a custom top -- stainless, reclaimed wood, or even finished wood similar to the cherry cabinets
distress our table, and use as a nook table
would love to stress paint my table and put it in basement
got busy painting the cabinets, removing some of the upper cabinet doors, and adding rustic pieces, transforming the room into an airy cottage kitchen.