In this part 3 of our child step stool series, I demonstrate the finishing process of waxing and distressing. You can see the preparation process in the first video in this series by clicking here. And to see how I use Chalk Paint to create a Restoration Hardware style finish, click here.
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In this Part 2 Video, I demonstrate how to layer chalk paint colors to create a Restoration Hardware style finish.. If you missed the first of of this 3 part series where I prepare the surface for painting, you can view that here. The Restoration Hardware style finish is easy to recreate with… Read more »
While looking through the new Restoration Hardware catalogue, in the wall decor section, I found these Wall Carvings made from resin, plaster, and metal. I also found similar pieces at Pottery Barn and Ballard Designs. I love the look of real antique architectural ornaments, but these are very expensive reproductions and way… Read more »
The best example of the popular “Restoration Hardware Finish” is on a piece from Restoration Hardware. This is the Circa 1870 French Pediment Mirror and is currently available on the RH website for $1649 plus shipping. But you can give any mirror a similar finish with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®. Usually I paint a… Read more »