There are many who particularly like distressed furniture, and this reminds me of a famous saying: “With age, beauty comes”. Although I am particularly interested in this particular penchant for distressed furniture and after bumping into some houses with such antique furniture, I thought, why shouldn’t I try it at home?
Now that I have looked through various collections, I think that I too have fallen under the spell of distressed furniture. Check out these examples below and you will say that you are also interested in them. If you’re already a fan of needy guys, this will definitely attract you.
Sometimes there is this type of furniture at home that needs to be passed down through the generations and we prefer it in the name of the antique collection, but many make the new look old by giving the desperate look. If you belong specifically to this category and look forward to making your new one old, it’s easy. You can achieve the old, cloudy appearance by simply rubbing with sandpaper.
You can use sandpaper to scrape off the color of pre-painted furniture at the corners to get the look you want because the corners look old and the remaining potion looks good enough. There is also another way to do this because you can paint the furniture in even strokes with white paint and let it dry for a while, then scrape it off with sandpaper and then paint again in the opposite direction and use the same procedure again. This makes the furniture look old and antique.
You can also try removing paint in certain areas, such as drawers and in the middle of the furniture, to expose the wood so it looks aged. This cabinet is an example of the drawers being scraped off with sandpaper to get the look you want.
Check out these pretty baby pink side drawers next to your bed, and not only will they look very cute because of their aged appearance, but the pretty color adds more beauty. Don’t girls like pink? And this is especially for all girls out there who love distressed furniture.
These are some of the pretty examples of the beautiful distressed furniture you can own at home. If you don’t have one, create one yourself.