Silva Vinh. Furniture. August 10th , 2017.
Some people prefer to get the peeling and distressed paint look of antique furniture. This style is suitable mostly for the kitchen and the family room. The usual colors are white, red, green, yellow or blue. First, start with sanding the furniture, and then apply latex paint. When the paint has cured, sand it once again in certain spots to get the worn out look. A slight touch of dilute paint here and there on your painted furniture will improve its visual appeal.
Apply a white color paint to the furniture and allow it to dry up properly. You can draw some images or patterns on the painted surface using a pencil. Fill in the drawn images with suitable colors and allow it to dry under the sun, if possible. Mark the outlines of the images with the help of a dark color paint pen to make them distinct. Finally, put a coat of paint finish and wait till it dries up. Thus, your paint job is done.
Counter height tables are the perfect match for eat-in kitchens, where they can easily serve as an extension of the kitchen counter-top to provide some additional preparation space. What's more, the height of the chairs makes it easier for people sitting on them, to have a conversation with the people standing in the kitchen.
Before you begin painting a piece of furniture remember to sand it. This will make the surface smooth and allow the paint to evenly spread out. Also, use a termite repellent or a bug free coat of chemicals before you paint the furniture. This will prevent your work of art from premature damage. This furniture will look good if they complement the other colors of the room. The effect has to be thematic and not an isolated one. If you are using dark colors make sure the room gets adequate light, or else it will look smaller. It's always preferable to use lighter shades as they add fresh tones. Painting furniture is an excellent way of saving money and channelizing your thoughts and expressions in a creative way.
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