If you love the look of weathered wood (think Restoration Hardware), this post is for you. Whether you have an outdated piece of furniture that you inherited, found at a second-hand shop or even at an unfinished wood store, these talented DIY Bloggers will show you how to give your piece a weathered look.
This collection of before and after pictures shows the amazing transformations from the heavy wood look to an updated lighter finish. Would this look fit in with your home decor?
How to Create a Weathered Wood Look With Paint
Lauren from Bless’er House took a painted black console to a piece that looks right out of Restoration Hardware’s showroom.
Oak Dining Table Makeover
Kristi from Addicted 2 Decorating did an amazing job on this oak dining table.
From Unfinished Wood to Weathered Look
You don’t have to start with an old piece of furniture! Jennifer from The Craft Patch took an unfinished wood bookcase and created the weathered look.
Restoration Hardware Inspired Dresser Tutorial
Carrie from Thirty Eighth Street brought an antique dresser to life and shares a tutorial on how she did it.
Restoration Hardware Look Cupboard
Fiona from Lilyfield Life took a wood cupboard to a whole new level by painting it.
Bringing Farmhouse Style Home
Let me start by saying that Sara from Twelve on Main has guts! It’s one thing to take an old piece of furniture and paint it but this bedroom set looks newer. I love the finished look though. Dark wood can be overwhelming in a smaller room and this lightened up furniture looks fabulous.
There you have it. Six talented DIY bloggers that can show you how to update your furniture.
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