If you have a worn old dresser or rickety heirloom chair on your hands, you may be thinking of refinishing it yourself. Older mass-produced pieces whose origins fall somewhere between 1850 and 1960 are ideal candidates for refinishing.
Paint inside the lines, but leave some of the finish/paint underneath exposed. Let dry. If necessary, put on a second coat and let dry. Use sandpaper to scrape away the paint in some spots to give it an aged look.
OK . . . so you've finally made the break. You worked and saved and sold everything you didn't need and borrowed and finally got enough together to buy that farm you'd been dreaming about. You've gotten through the first winter, the crops are plan...
Add vintage flair to your classroom with the new Shabby Chic Collection from our Signature Line. The Burlap and Mason Jar Accents are so charming you'll want to add them to every inch of your classroom.
One of our creative customers used a French antique nightstand she bought from us as an accent table and additional storage in her French Country kitchen. Looks cool and the marble top is practical too!