So did I!
I adore the look and price of distressed wood using the tea and ironed vinegar technique. But I have projects that I wanted white or black or purple!
Well, maybe not purple.
But you get the idea.
So, now with over 100 projects created with homemade barn wood I had to take the technique to NEW LEVELS!
I started mixing aging wood with other techniques. Do I age first or paint first. What if I mix my "blurred grain" technique with aging wood. Plus ideas to protect your "new" barn wood. Or even do you need to. Can I place a cookie on the aged tray? Will it taste like vinegar?
The one quality that makes a UNIQUE DIYer is not being afraid to try, test and wonder what if??
One common question asked was how to get gray wood instead of brown.
I discovered 4 different techniques to get the gray look.
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