About one year ago I did a post on two pieces of furniture I had done with a “faux grain” wood top. Two nightstands that were lovely, but the top was actually MDF, and not the look I was going for. You can see the whole story HERE. I had promised a tutorial on this process, I will post it in the entirety on Monday. In the meantime, here are some teasers. This is one of two of the nightstands:
Here is a preview of the Farm Table I did a similar finish on. It had a composite top made up of lots of pieces of wood glued together. There are 1,000’s of these floating around out there. Maybe you even have one in your kitchen? For the most part, these are well made tables, but over time, the finish wears, and some people think the only option is to replace the table, or paint. I will be back Monday with a tutorial to show you how to make anything look like real wood. Even plastic.
Here is the preview:
Drop by tomorrow for a double feature! Sharon from Elizabeth and Company will be guest posting, and the link party and features go live at 2:00 PST!!!