Flea Market Furniture Makeovers
What can make a $3 flea market chair look like a $300 boutique piece? Just a little paint and the most basic techniques. In these beautiful pages, crafters will discover the key to transforming old and cast-off furniture into fantastic and fanciful works of art. A range of designs are on display, from rustic to refined, simple to sophisticated. Select from decorative painting, decoupage, crackling, distressing, sponging, staining, stamping, and stenciling, and follow the detailed instructions, photos, and patterns to success. Decorate a cabinet in charming country chic with a rooster and a trompe l’oeil napkin peeking over the drawer. Go retro with ’50s-style kitchen chairs. Or make a Rose Armoire, Baby Memories Photo Screen, and many other one-of-a-kind showpieces.
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Acrylic craft paint acrylic paint antiquing Apple Spice Apply areas Asphaltum base painting Basecoat BEE SKEP bristle brush Buttercream cabinet chair chest Chris Stokes crackle medium craft knife dark decoupage decoupage medium diamonds Disposable plates door drawer pulls dry between coats edges Electric sander finish for base flat shader Foam brushes Foam roller furniture gold leaf grapes grit sandpaper grout Highlight inky Burnt Umber INSTRUCTIONS Prepare Ivory Black Kathi Malarchuk Bailey latex paint leaves legs Let dry liner brush masking tape Medium Yellow Metal leafing Multi-load Olive Green Optional paint color Paint the Design palette panel paper and stylus pattern piece Pounce Prussian Blue putty knife Sand sandpaper Sap Green Satin finish Sea sponge sealer shade smooth sponge spray stain stencil brush stripes Sunflower SUPPLIES Project Surface Tapioca Trace and transfer Tracing paper trim Turner's Yellow Warm White Waterbase varnish Wicker White Wipe away dust wood wooden Yellow Ochre