Crazy Ultimate How to Guide to make Old Wood

Farmhouse style starts with barn wood

You’re faced with lots of crazy costly options to add barn wood to your home. 

I create a lot of barn wood from new wood.  But after hundreds of projects I wanted to try creating more old wood looks using steel wool and vinegar.

I spent months developing new ideas to create barn wood.

Then I took those ideas farther…

The most popular question I get about the aging wood technique is, 

“How do I get gray wood?”

I discovered 4 different techniques to get gray barn wood.

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.  

If I place a cookie on the aged tray?  Will it taste like vinegar?

Below are some the things I developed to create more looks.

  • Using waxes both dark and white 
  • Blurred grain or worn paint
  • Different type of paints with aging solutions
  • 4 gray look techniques
  • Protect your homemade barn wood
  • How to raise the grain of wood
  • Sanding layers
  • Image transfers 
  • Dry brushing
  • White chipped paint
  • Aging Thrift store wood
  • Aging ready-made furniture
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