Matteo Beccaro

Matteo Beccaro

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Modern outdoor chair plans free by ana-white.com #BEHRThinkOutside

Modern outdoor chair plans free by ana-white.com #BEHRThinkOutside

cadeira de balanço feita de pregadores de roupas

cadeira de balanço feita de pregadores de roupas

DIY Lovely Mini Suitcase Paperweights | iCreativeIdeas.com Like Us on Facebook ==> https://www.facebook.com/icreativeideas

DIY Lovely Mini Suitcase Paperweights | iCreativeIdeas.com Like Us on Facebook ==> https://www.facebook.com/icreativeideas

Pallet Trunk

Pallet Trunk

How to make an antique sign. After painting the sign (full tutorial included), use a soft cloth to apply a dark brown furniture wax in a thin layer to entire surface of sign. The wax will settle in the imperfections in the wood, giving the sign an authentically aged look. Allow wax to dry for 3-5 minutes, then buff to a shine with a clean cloth.

How to make an antique sign. After painting the sign (full tutorial included), use a soft cloth to apply a dark brown furniture wax in a thin layer to entire surface of sign. The wax will settle in the imperfections in the wood, giving the sign an authentically aged look. Allow wax to dry for 3-5 minutes, then buff to a shine with a clean cloth.

How to Get a Farmhouse Style Finish

How to Get a Farmhouse Style Finish

SUPER SIMPLE technique for making brand new wood look like old barn boards! {Reality Daydream} #rustic #farmhouse #barnwood #distressed

SUPER SIMPLE technique for making brand new wood look like old barn boards! {Reality Daydream} #rustic #farmhouse #barnwood #distressed

DIY aged barnwood. Learn how to age new wood to look old in minutes with this tutorial.

DIY aged barnwood. Learn how to age new wood to look old in minutes with this tutorial.

Dating back to the 1700s, the shou-sugi-ban process can vary, but typically involves applying fire to the wood’s surface, cooling it, brushing away excess soot...

Dating back to the 1700s, the shou-sugi-ban process can vary, but typically involves applying fire to the wood’s surface, cooling it, brushing away excess soot...