A weathered and worn piece of furniture instantly adds warmth, character, and depth to any space. Its layers of paint and wood speak of stories to be told from implied years of use and give the illusion of a rich history in the making.
Join me for this virtual class and learn 10 different ways to make your painted furniture look old. The class will include techniques to use before, during, and after painting.
Video 1 - Introduction
Begin the 10 Ways to Make Painted Furniture Look Old class with this quick introduction.
Video 2 - Roughing Up the Surface
This video will show you how to rough up the surface of your furniture prior to painting.
Video 3 - Wet Distressing
Learn how to layer your paint using water and a cloth.
Video 4 - Glazes
Glazes are a great way to make a fresh coat of paint look old - see how to do it in this video.
Video 5 - Waxes
Waxes can go a long way to protecting your furniture and making it look old.
Video 6 - Sandpaper
Sandpaper may be the most common form of distressing but these extra tips and tricks will make it even better.
Video 7 - Weathered Wood Accelerator
I will show you an incredible product for getting a worn and weathered look on fresh-cut wood.
Video 8 - Resists
Watch how to add a resist between layers of paint for a beautiful look.
Video 9 - Additives
You'll be adding texture to your paint in no time with this technique.
Video 10 - The Crackle Effect
Grab a hairdryer because watching paint dry has never been so fun!
Video 11 - Painting Techniques
These easy techniques will make your furniture look old with just a paintbrush and your paint.
Video 12 -
A few final thoughts before you finish the class and start making everything look beautifully worn and old.
This class includes three handy downloadable worksheets, is suitable for all levels, and includes almost 60 minutes of videos. Videos are pre-recorded and you can watch them at a pace and time convenient to you.
Please note that by purchasing this video series you agree not to post, share, distribute, or upload these videos to any site at any time.
To get a little sneak peek of the class, check out the introduction video below...