The Willow Table

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Have you tried using Antiquing Dust to add a rustic, aged look to your furniture? Cait from Little City Farmhouse used Antiquing Dust in the color, Willow for this Lazy Linen table and it turned out just beautifully!
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Have you tried Country Chic’s Antiquing Dust yet? If you haven’t, you should! It’s easy to use and perfect for getting a weathered finish look.
This table had a very yellowed finish on it. I cleaned and sanded it well and then painted it in two coats of Lazy Linen in the All-in-One formula.


When it was dry I gave it a light sanding. You don’t want a super smooth finish at this point. The more texture there is for the Antiquing Dust to settle in, the more aged and weathered your final piece will be.
Using a chip brush, I applied my natural wax in a workable area. I applied the Antiquing Dust in Willow right over the wax using a different chip brush. Put most of the dust in the corners, edges and grooves, and fan it out over the rest of the flat surfaces. After I was done the area, I went back over with a soft cloth and very lightly moved the dust around until I was happy with the look.
I left the table about half an hour and then vacuumed up any dust left on it. I gave it a quick buff and it was finished! It has a beautiful weathered look now!
Suggested materials:
  • All-in-One Decor Paint   (Country Chic Paint)
  • Chip Brush
  • Natural Wax   (Country Chic Paint)
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