October 19, 2017

October 18, 2017

Fixer Upper and Weatherwood Stains

Create Vintage Looking Fireplace Background with #FixerUpper and #Weatherwood
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You guys! I have been DIYing ;-) to share this news with your for the looongest time! Seriously, it's been killing me not to tell you. I'm rolling on the ground cycling my legs like an 80's aerobic video, that's how excited I am. So last year we heard from the designer at Magnolia Home [the home company that creates the Fixer Upper masterpieces] and they wanted to see our products! The stars were literally shining on us. 


Chip & Joana Gains stars to be exact! Ironically we were in Texas at the time, so we were able go there and see the famed Magnolia store! You know, from Fixer Upper! 

October 12, 2017

October 11, 2017

French Country Coffee Table Tutorial

French Country Coffee Table with #weatherwoodstains


I like to share with you guys the idea of buying a raw piece of furniture, brand new, and customizing it. I feel like this is the perfect option in a few scenarios. When want a high-end look you don't want to pay for, when you really want solid-wood furniture, you can't find something you like in stores. Once you buy that raw piece of furniture, go to blogs to find the look you like and how to achieve it!

October 5, 2017

September 28, 2017

September 27, 2017

Reclaimed Ash Sliding Barndoor


This barn door was made from reclaimed wood, but we still used Weatherwood stains to make it look old. That might not make sense to you. But when you cut into old reclaimed or barn  wood, the vintage look disappears and you have brand new-looking wood, again! For that reason, a lot of reclaimed wood distributors use these stains to give their reclaimed wood a reclaimed look! lol

September 21, 2017

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