How To Paint Wood Furniture – Wood Entryway Table #decoration #painting #furniture

How To Paint Wood Furniture – Wood Entryway Table #decoration #painting #furniture


Wharm White Acrylic Paint Wharm White Acrylic Paint Second Layer Second Layer Artist’s Oil Color (Burnt Umber) Artist’s Oil Color (Burnt Umber) Bleached Linseed Oil Bleached Linseed Oil Bleached Linseed Oil is used to dilute oil paint and increase its fluidity Bleached Linseed Oil is used to dilute oil paint and increase its fluidity I will wait about a week for the drying of the oil paint I will wait about a week for the drying of the oil paint I paint the legs of the coffee table with black acrylic paint I paint the legs of the coffee table with black acrylic paint Using stencil and modeling paste, I gave a knaggy texture to the drawers Using stencil and modeling paste, I gave a knaggy texture to the drawers Black and brown acrylic paints Black and brown acrylic paints If you want a natural and simple look this is enough for you but I want to see a some colors and use some stencils I add a little brown to the red acrylic color, the brown gets a bit of red’s vitality and gives a darker color and also vintage look I add glaze medium to increase the fluidity and to provide late drying because I will play with paint Water I wipe it with baby wipes (gently and without pressing) until I get the look I want Yellow and a little bit brown acrylic paint after dry Brown acrylic paint Stencil Stencil I’m adding a little black too I’m adding a little black too I’m cleaning overflowing paints I’m cleaning overflowing paints Water based glaze varnish Water based glaze varnish

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