You aren’t a furniture painter, you are a furniture artist! I’m hoping they sell to someone who really appreciates their one-of-a-kindness. Application Techniques. . Steps To Antique Cabinets With Glaze Anyone can do this…..meaning you too. You will be surprised at how simple antiquing can be. I wanted a little playtime for my glazes so I sprayed one coat of DB Satin Clear Coat. .I wish I could see them in person. XOXO, Gorgeous!! Some of you may have followed this fun makeover on my Insta and FB Stories. Learn how your comment data is processed. First, let’s talk about a few situations when it’s helpful to use an antique glaze or dark wax: The first is likely the most obvious: 1. window.dojoRequire(["mojo/signup-forms/Loader"], function(L) { L.start({"baseUrl":"mc.us12.list-manage.com","uuid":"d40a70e381e7ccbcb08937ddb","lid":"9df365d62a","uniqueMethods":true}) }), Copyright © 2020 Salvaged Inspirations • All Rights Reserved. Hello You Designs, Oh Shannon, thank you, thank you thank you!! Then you take a rag and wipe away the surface. Repeat the steps above until you have completed your piece. Next, you’ll take your damp rag and wipe off the glaze on all the raised surfaces. It helps ‘erase’ any mistakes you might make in the process instead of having the product sink in permanently right away. These belong in a castle! 4.7 out of 5 stars 604. It’s easy to antique paint and antique painted furniture to add depth and character. This creates an effect in the cracks and corners of your piece giving your furniture character and depth. You are amazingly talented. Let's keep in touch! Wow! little sister mermaids or old treasure chests under the sea”. I have all kinds of tips, tricks, and lots of photos to make your project the best it can be. How To Antique Furniture. Grab a cup of java and stay a while. It can totally transform a thrift store fine or a cheap unfinished piece. Thanks for the inspiration. Here’s the fun part. For full disclosures and privacy policy click here. I love the mottled look of the two old gals! Tweet. A furniture piece that has carved details, trims, recessed panels, planks, etc is just begging for an antiqued finish! It’s a really simple process. Learn how to antique painted wood furniture in a few easy steps. Enter your e-mail so you don't miss a thing! September 22, 2015 by Denise - 9 Comments. Wipe away the sawdust. Absolutely Stunning. It looks intimidating but it’s really not because there’s no right or wrong. I get a lot of questions about how to antique furniture. WOW For instance, I’ve used water (on a damp sponge) on wood before applying a water-based stain to give me an easy application and a more even finish. And if you apply a slip-coat (more on this below) before using tinted glaze, it’s also very forgiving. Once you mentioned it, they do remind me of a subtle mermaid tail! Thank you for your transparency, for your honesty,your love of giving back. As it turned out, I liked the color in the middle better. WhatsApp. Happy Thanksgiving! They are exactly what I’d love in my bedroom. I haven’t used the mouse but need to try it. I gave the little demo on this antique table, it has a lot of details and a lot of wood grain, so the glaze really settles into all of those areas, making it a good candidate for this finish. Today I have for you a basic tutorial on how to glaze painted furniture. The base coat: A piece of furniture to be antique-finished must be clean and in good repair. XOXO, Thank you, Christy… you’re super sweet my friend!, This set is stunning Denise! You are an amazing artist. When you're ready, dip your applicator brush in the glaze and spread it over the finished surface of the wood. I love the shape and style. Here's a super easy way to add some real depth and dimension to your antique painted pieces! Follow me on social media or sign up for a dose of furniture painting inspiration and diy tutorials. If you're antiquing an unfinished piece of furniture or covering an old finish, sand and seal the wood. These are absolutely gorgeous. I used a blue/green paint-glaze along with VanDyke Brown but ANY color can be mixed with glazes. Truly! Beautiful work as usual. Thanks Val! First, let’s take a look at a video. Once everything was cleaned, sanded, and primed, I painted two coats of this Dried Sage. Allow the mixture to seep into any cracks and crevices, as this will make any textural details stand out. If you have furniture in your house that needs some added character, antiquing is one way to go. Browse through over 200+ DIY Furniture Painting Tutorials where you’ll find inspiration for your home & DIY projects! 1:18. Definitely getting pinned! This post contains affiliate links to help you find the products I use and love. As usual, they kind of do their own thing as I work on them. So, I decided to take it apart and create two one-of-a-kind-nightstands. 63 $27 .95 $27.95. Another great example is using clear wax before applying dark wax. Thanks for sharing your secrets and tips! However it's a good technique to master and one that has it's place when you are restoring and painting vintage furniture. Happy Tuesday friends! Glaze Of Glory: Then apply glaze mixture on the antique furniture with the help of a brush. Sep 4, 2013 - How to Do an Antique Glaze on Painted Furniture. Adding Interest to a Piece with Lots of Detail and Recesses. Here they are in progress. Use Paint, Glaze & Distressing to Transform Your Furniture. Remove extra glaze from the surface by using a lint free rag. But, I looked at the positive. Dec 16, 2020 - Explore Denise ~ Salvaged Inspirations's board "Glazing Furniture", followed by 116097 people on Pinterest. Tutorial on powder glazing furniture. Wipe glaze off immediately with a rag or cheesecloth. It’s a restyle from a broken vanity into a set of gorgeous glazed antiqued nightstands. Your email address will not be published. For some reason, I don’t use glaze as often as I’d like but it can be a game-changer in transforming furniture. I hope these nightstands find their perfect forever ‘castle’ home! They turned out super-cool. The seller said the mirror had been broken and thrown away years ago and the backboard and wood appliques were falling off. Robin, Both lol. Staining the hoops really gives them a vintage feel. OH, DENISE!! Thanks so much for sharing the technique and being such a lovely inspiration to so many! Lightly brush glaze into grooves and depressions first and then onto flat surfaces. Share 7. How did you you like working with the mousse compared to other products? I wish you could see them in person too.‍♀️. I put it on my fingertip and rubbing it on the appliques and hardware. Thanks so much and glad you like them my friend.. Wipe away the sawdust. They are beautiful. I’m really happy with how they turned out! If you end up with more glaze that you’d like or you’d like to lighten a particular area, wipe with a baby wipe (totally awesome to have on hand even if you don’t have babies). I’m passionate about furniture painting, photography, writing, and thrift home decor. But you wanted to do it yourself? GORGEOUS , as always! You just keep playing with the glazes until you like what you see. Required fields are marked *. How to Antique Glaze Your Own Furniture. Using black paint, a glazing medium and a few drops of water, you can create a dark, antiqued glaze. Mar 26, 2017 - I've been glazing pieces for years and have done a lot of trial and error. See more ideas about redo furniture, diy furniture, furniture makeover. Jennifer at Trillium Park Designs has been a generous contributor to our Quick Tip Tuesday Series here on the SI Blog. Only work in a small area at a time as the glaze dries very quickly. Super easy to use. This is a true Furniture Fixer Upper Project which is perfect for today’s FFU Day! Did you just layer all the glazes on top of each other while wet and start blending. Mix your antique paint glaze by stirring thoroughly one part dark brown paint to three parts glaze. Can’t stop going back and looking at them. I love how you aren’t afraid to try new techniques and finishes! Love these beauties! If you want a ‘true’ color of the paint you’re using, you would mix it with a clear glaze. Distress any areas you’d like with fine sand paper. Hi Roseann!! I am speechless. Once the paint was 100% dry, I created a “slip-coat” for my glaze. Sign up to get your dose of Inspiration and DIY Furniture Painting Tips! The body was sturdy and the bones of the piece were still in fabulous shape. A glaze or dark wax will settle into all of those recesses and grooves, creating an … (Even chalk paint) It's also different because you can antique glaze with any color. This method is by far my go-to-being-lazy method for giving painted furniture a glazed look without spending the time to actually glaze it. I love to share the products I use and enjoy! I'm humbled and flattered when you share my work, so SHARE AWAY! Antiquing White Wood Furniture With Glaze to Bring Out the Details. If you want an antiqued version, mixing it with a black or brown can dull it down and give a subtle effect. Pin 1.8K. hehe . It’s easy to use. It’s such a pleasure to work on these vintage pieces. It’s also seriously less messy than glaze – in fact, it’s the easiest furniture glazing antiquing ever! Love your work and your videos are very good. Hi Denise. Simply gorgeous! Here are my best tips & tricks for applying glaze to furniture. Just a beautiful set, The mousse is fabulous. Impressive! The process To Antique Painted Furniture is really simple. Then you take that 'glaze/paint mix' and brush into your details and crevices. And thanks so much. out loud when i saw what you created!! I LOVE sharing... that's why I blog! Please feel free to use ONE (1) photo per post with a credit link back to the original post. Using black paint, a glazing medium and a few drops of water, you can create a dark, antique glaze giving your furniture character and depth. Below are their BEFORE photos – visit the links underneath to see the amazing AFTERS and to learn how they did it! . I was waking up in the morning excited to get down to my studio. All it takes is a base coat of paint and some glaze. This is a very creative application of paints and glazes, and I am curious to know whether you are able to picture the finished look in advance or whether you just choose interesting colour combinations and let the finished look develop as you work. How To Antique Furniture. Dip a clean brush (I used a Purdy) into the glaze mixture, wiping excess glaze off onto the sides of the container. Huge compliment, thanks Dorenda! You are so creative and thanks for sharing! . What were the deminsions on them when finished? You would get a good glaze like Benjamin Moore. Once the furniture is painted I use Caromal Colours Toner to age or antique the paint. I tried rubbing the excess off the hardware and nothing came off. I literally said, Woah! My original idea was this exact finish but with the blue/green darker on the bottom and fading up. This piece truly one of a kind, Thanks, Rosie! With each wipe, you’ll want to use a clean part on the cloth. If necessary add more glaze with the brush and wipe again. French Rennaisance! DIY Furniture Glaze – So Easy! $21.63 $ 21. Dip a clean brush (I used a Purdy) into the glaze mixture, wiping excess glaze off onto the sides of the container. I did my best to keep an antique/vintage vibe while adding interest and character. Antiquing furniture is a DIY faux-painting technique that gives furniture an aged or antique appearance. Have you ever wanted the high end look of glazed furniture? This is my secret weapon. I have a great video on how to glaze painted furniture along with a glimpse of all my glazed furniture projects. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. -Nicki. I wished you lived in Florida I would definitely want these. Using a clean lint free rag (I actually used paper towel type rags that are sold in the paint department) wipe away the excess glaze. In the USA, you can buy antique glaze already made up such as Valspar, but it's nigh on impossible to buy here in Australia. Jun 16, 2015 - Using black paint, a glazing medium and a few drops of water, you can create a dark, antiqued effect in the cracks and corners of your piece. Household Furniture Paint; Foot, Hand & Nail Care Products See All 14 Departments ... General Finishes Water Based Glaze Effects, 1 Pint, Van Dyke Brown. On finished pieces to be covered completely, clean the wood thoroughly and then treat it with sanding deglosser to dull the surface… I could never have imagined this result in my wildest dreams! 1.8K Shares. Very unique and beautiful! Don’t laugh at me, but they remind me of little sister mermaids or old treasure chests under the sea. I loved your comment I debated about the backboard and decided to keep it. Truly speechless. :) Read More…. I found this vintage vanity on FB Marketplace and drove an hour each way to pick it up. I know you’re going to LOVE what this creative team of girls do. Gorgeous makeover. Brush the glaze generously over your piece. Thanks so much for sharing. Absolutly fabulous Denise; great job as always! A STEP BY STEP HOW TO GLAZE FURNITURE | A LITTLE PAINT AND GLAZE RESCUES THIS DINGY LOOKING CONSOLE TABLE Hi guys, I'm so excited about today’s makeover! For the finishing touch, I added this *NEW Golden Gemstone Mousse to the hardware, details, and rims on the legs. I’m Denise – lover of all things vintage, repurposed and restyled. How to powder glaze. Paint the glaze generously over the wood. The vintage dresser with mirror is a beauty now. How to Make Tinted Glaze for Furniture. This is a really great transformation. . Thank you so much and Happy Thanksgiving to you! Hi sweet #sifamily! This one glaze can give many different looks depending on the type of paint you use for the base coat. This piece shows off your creativity. I love these! FREE Shipping on orders over $25 shipped by Amazon. Your email address will not be published. The wipes made the job much easier and stress free because they would wipe away even slightly dried on glaze. I started by dismantling the middle from the two sides and then patching the nail holes with Dixie Belle’s Mudd. For the finishing touch, I added this * NEW Golden Gemstone Mousse to the hardware, details, and rims on the legs. Guilding Wax: After the glaze mixture, wax is applied on the furniture product to enhance and brighten the surface of the antique furniture product. November 19, 2020 by Denise - 54 Comments. I can imagine them in an old European castle. You’re going to love the mousse, Cecilia! See more ideas about glazing furniture, painted furniture, furniture. And a little brown wax around the edges. Or in the case of glaze, I’ve used a clear glaze and/or a poly topcoat to give me a forgiving surface to work on. I have tried different ratios and I think the best is 1 part paint : 3 parts glaze. It's the very first time I'm joining my Furniture Fixer Upper friends and I can't tell you how thrilled I am to be included in this talented group of ladies. IT MAKES MY DAY! Wipe until you get a look you like. I absolutely LOVE the antiqued effect and the asymmetrical backboards on these precious nightstands. There are 4 primary ways to create an antiquing glaze for furniture or cabinets: Buy a pre-made glaze in a dark brown Mix clear glaze with a shade of brown paint Combine brown paint and water as a wash The DIY decorating experts at HGTV show you how to transform an ordinary piece of furniture into a stunning antique with a little bit of paint and glaze. If you want to add years of age to your furniture or accessories without waiting decades, tinted glaze is the answer. Distress any areas you’d like with fine sand paper. If you want a ‘true’ color of the paint you’re using, you would mix it with a clear glaze. So inspiring Denise! Mar 30, 2020 - Explore Alaina Gronn's board "Antique Glaze" on Pinterest. While the mixture is still wet, use a clean, damp rag to gently wipe the surface of the furniture, removing the excess mixture. To avoid drying lines, glaze in sections. Don't glaze too much of a piece of furniture at once; if it dries, it may become difficult to wipe off. Lightly brush glaze into grooves and depressions first and then onto flat surfaces. Amazing as always.. Let dry fully. Stunningly beautiful! All images, tutorials and work are copyrighted to Salvaged Inspirations 2012-2019 ©Salvaged Inspirations. It’s a fun process! The dimensions of these are 17″ Wide 20″ deep and 27″ tall + 5″ on backboard., Great job Denise! Remove all hardware. Then kind of smushed it around as you see in image #4 adding the color where I want it, Taking a NEW shop towel, I removed any access until I had the antique look I was after. They have such an old world look and the textures just make them fabulous. Love the technique. If you want an antiqued version, mixing it with a black or brown can dull it down and give a subtle effect. Love your name btw! Glazing is a painting technique that can create an antique look to an otherwise bland piece of furniture. She’s sharing yet another of her DIY tips that saves time and money while customizing your furniture to perfection! Simply stunning results, my friend! I’ve been using a quart of this glaze for almost an entire year. If you don’t like something, you can wipe it off and try again! Antique glaze is used to simulate the patina of age. It adds extra character and hides the gap where the mirror once was. Such a perfect description. haha, mermaid tail right? I’m heading over to take a peek right now myself! , Filed Under: Blog, Chalk Paint, Furniture Fixer Uppers, Furniture Repair, Glazing Furniture, How To Tips, Painting Furniture Tagged With: antiquing with glaze, glazing furniture, glazing techniques, how to glaze. Additional photos or text may be available with my written permission. A slip coat can be a temporary or permanent barrier before applying another product. I gave this dresser a two-tone antiqued finish using the toner. I love wha you have done and the pieces are spectacular. I’ll be sharing my talented FFU Crews makeovers and tutorials at the bottom of today’s post! Unbelievably beautiful as always! Thanks. Beautiful work, Denise – and they DO remind me of mermaids!!! Transform your furniture with paint, glaze and distressing! I did have an idea of where I was going with these. I’ve used mineral spirits before applying oil-based stains. Thanks, Jane and yes, that’s exactly what I did. Links on Salvaged Inspirations may be sponsored links and/or affiliate links. Using black paint, a glazing medium and a few drops of water, you can create a dark, antique glaze giving your furniture … Tip~ To make sure I don’t miss any spots and give my furniture a professional look, whenever possible, I turn the piece over to get all angles and paint the underside. I wish I could download you and take you with me, but your, Orbs are such a great decor item to add to a space. Only work in a small area at a time as the glaze dries very quickly. xo. If you're working over an existing finish, make sure the glaze is compatible. LOVE these! Denise, i LOVE this look! I'm so happy you dropped by! x, Here’s one last look at this before and after…, LET ME KNOW WHAT YOU THINK OF THIS ANTIQUED GLAZED FINISH… OR FEEL FREE TO ASK ANY QUESTIONS YOU MAY HAVE… I ALWAYS LOVE HEARING FROM YOU. It’s tempting to get globby to more efficiently cover the surface, but remember you’re going to be wiping off 90% of all the glaze, so that could potentially get messy with your damp rag. You truly are an artist. Whether the piece is new or old, you can easily enhance your décor with unique beauty and personality. Get it as soon as Mon, Dec 28. Be sure to get plenty of glaze in any corners or cracks in the wood. And look at those curves and details, right?! At how simple antiquing can be a temporary or permanent barrier before applying oil-based stains your so! 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