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I have an old kitchen from the 1920′s/1930′s that I want to redo. I don’t have the money to get really modern cabinets/counters and all that. I am simply having a new wood look floor installed. The only cabinets are a small section of painted old style, from floor to ceiling, cabinets with glass doors [...]
We (my husband and I ) purchased our first home jan 2009. I need desperate help with decorating ideas on a budget…we live in Oklahoma and I want to do an americana, primitive,country type of decor. Here are a few pics, I love my red kitchen but think i need to apint my livingroom (its [...]
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When I see primitive painted cabinets, shelves or other wood pieces they don’t have a smooth finish. It looks like in some parts the paint is rough and a bit lumpy to give the effect of old layers or paint underneath. I know how to leave the undercoat showing by sanding the top coat, but [...]
I bought an old cabinet that was painted too "fresh" and some tall chimney bookcases as well. I want the paint to look worn and layered (I think some painting and stripping will be involved?)
I have built a jelly cabinet from pine but am now trying to give it a primitive or weathered look that is so popular these days. Are there any products out there that would help? I thought I had seen a crackeled paint in a spray can at Lowes but now can’t find it. Will [...]
I have purchased an early 1900′s pantry that has the wonderful crackled original paint which is peeling off. I want to preserve the paint that’s there but keep the old shabby look. I don’t want it to look shiny or new. Any suggestions?