February 5, 2020

Weathering Pine Perfectly for that RH Look

What do you guys have planned for Valentine's Day this year? I need some ideas for Los Angeles! It's our first time living there and I don't know what my options are. Now that we are in LA, it's always been a dream to go on the Price is Right! You know what I mean? But now that Bob is gone, it's just not the same. I guess it's not that a romantic day... unless we win! ;)

Pine is the least expensive and most abundant wood species for most Americans and I have the PERFECT stain for it!



1.] SAND
Begin with either new wood or strip previously finished tabletop. Start with a rough grit with a 120 grit.

Brush on 2-1 coats of Weatherwood Pining stain to weather pine to a pretty grey brown color. Brush on and allow product to air dry natural.

Seal the table with 2-3 coats of Weatherwash Varnish, we used Satin.

You can save 10% on Weatherwood products, like you saw here, with code WELCOME10. I hope to see you at tomorrow's party!

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