Distressed wood to make it look old then used a mix of Minwax Dark Walnut and my absolute favorite stain color, Kona, by Rustoleum. After it dried, I sanded it down a little and applied a wash of watered down Paris Grey, Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Paper Daisy Designs: Build a Rustic Wood Sofa Table

How to distress wood, make new wood look like barn wood and Build a simple Rustic Sofa Table. Paper Daisy Designs How to distress wood, make new wood look like…

DIY: How to Turn Bi-Fold Doors into Faux Barn Doors - this is an awesome way to dress up outdated doors, for very little money - Simpsonized Crafts and Then Some

Bi-fold closet doors made to look like barn doors. One day I would love to make over the bi-folds in the entry way! Bi-fold closet doors made to look like…

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Wabi Sabi Art + Design from a Scandinavian perspective Natural elegance Scandinavian modern Harmonious style Creative spaces Clever DIY Tutorial

Een paar celbetonblokken en wat stoere planken en kijk, wat een superleuk meubel kun je dan maken.

Appealing Cinder Block Shelves Photo With Country Living Room Designs And Tv Cabinet With Bookshelves Also Laminate Wood Flooring Colors. Home Accessories, Living Room And Lounge, Shelve Gallery at DIY Cinder Block Shelves Design Ideas For Tv Shelf

The stairs were painted with Annie Sloan chalk paint in French Linen, distressed, then dry brushed with a little white paint. If they get scratched up ... it will just add to the distressed character.

our vintage home love: Stairway Renovation Stair treads painted Annie Sloan French Linen, distressed then dry brushed with white paint to age a bit.

Naturel – zo doe je dat Een prachtig alternatief voor gordijnen: houten luiken met linnen panelen. Het licht van buiten wordt gefilterd, wat zorgt voor een warm gevoel.

DIY indoor shutter idea - make the wood frame and use neutral fabric or linen, cheesecloth, or burlap as the screen.

I ragged the walls with smears of Chalk Paint® in Country Grey and Paris Grey. Spritzed with a water bottle and then ragged the mixture across the wall doing two foot sections at a time. You hardly use any paint doing this technique and it gives such an atmosphere~and it's fun!

Ragged walls with Chalk Paint® in Country Grey & Paris Grey. Spritzed with water then ragged wall doing two foot sections at a time.

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