Say goodbye to sandpaper with this natural distress technique. You can achieve natural-looking distressed furniture with just a paintbrush.
Come learn this easy-to-follow step-by-step paint technique in my latest online furniture painting workshop. You see the entire transformation on the dresser above not a small paint swatch sample board. It’s very frustrating watching a painting technique on a sample board.
Use any paint color or brand with this natural distress technique.
No need for sandpaper with natural distress technique, just paint, and a paintbrush. This fading technique is all in how you apply the paint to the furniture.
I love to use black with dark natural woods. You can also do this same technique on top of paint for a 2 tone effect.
This technique gave this outdated queen-ann style table and chairs a much more modern look. It is a perfect complement to the dark cherry wood. Use this technique on any type of furniture.
Learn all the tips and tricks needed to master the natural distress technique. AKA as a fade to wood technique all without sandpaper.
Stop wasting your time browsing the internet for the answers to your painting questions. Let me teach you how to do this fade to wood paint technique and many other paint finishes. Learn in the comforts of your own home. And you can press pause or rewind as much as you need, no one will know. Paint your furniture right along with the video with the step-by-step technique.
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