September 25, 2019

Getting Restoration Hardware's Weathered Grey Oak

If you love Restoration Hardware's color as much as I do, this project is for YOU. The below image is from their catalog, it's Restoration Hardware's Reclaimed Grey Oak. The color is completely perfect and now's it's also easy to achieve!

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MATERIALS


Directions

1] SAND
To achieve this look, start with a raw wood surface.
The wood must be sanded, you can have it sent through a large sanding machine at the mill or you can sand it really well with a hand sander. You should start with 80 grit and then 120 grit. (You can do a finish sand at the end, at 220 or above.)


2] STAIN
Applying the Restoration stain is like a piece of cake, read "even easier than typical stains." 
Using a large brush and drench the wood with stain. (See above video, also shown on oak.) Let the wood air dry for 60 minutes.


3.] SEAL
If your project is on a high traffic or water area, you will want to let  seal with 2-3 coats of Weatherwood Varnish, allowing 120 minutes between coats.



Didn't the color turn out dreamy? The process could not be easier. Do not forget readers save 10% with code: WELCOME10. If you have any  questions, leave'm in the comments below and I will see you tomorrow at the party!
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