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Turning New wood into barn wood

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Just one technique to age new wood to look like barn wood. See how here.

To see more: http://countrydesignstyle.com/2013/05/22/this-old-wood/

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  • Jenni H
    Jenni H Geneva, AL

    What else needs to be done to keep an item outside? Would you know if the vinegar stain age well outdoors?

    • Jeanette Country Design Style

      @Jenni H Hi, I wanted to get back to you regarding using this technique outside. The small sign still looks the same except the "thanks" has faded some. We have only had two rains storms since I set the sign in the weather. But I had forgotten some

  • Pamela haber
    Pamela haber New Ulm, TX

    Jeanette Country Design S...below are pics of our old carriage house which needed most of the cedar planks replaced. We used the red cider vinegar and steel wool mixture. Let it set up for a couple of days and brushed it on like paint. Totally

  • Irene
    Irene Doylestown, PA

    Did I miss something? Only see pictures. No process explained!

    • Rachael Robinson Wallgren
      Rachael Robinson... Arlington, TN

      There's a link below the "to live a full life" sign. Here's the link. http://countrydesignstyle.com/2013/05/22/this-old-wood/

  • Sherrie
    Sherrie Nixa, MO

    This is the best aging technique I have seen. My grandmother used to age cloth with tea and this makes sense to me how it works. Thank you for sharing!

  • Elizabeth Sagarminaga
    Elizabeth Sagarminaga Mission Viejo, CA

    I was really impressed when I was touring this wonderful project.I will try this one and it was amazing how it turned into this old looking wood. I love this technique. Your blog is absolutely beautiful!!! A beautiful layout and amazing ideas. I love

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