Apothecary Table Makeover

Hi everyone! It’s Connie from FAFF Designs! I love creating this industrial apothecary style and have done a few pieces using different colour schemes. This one is ‘classic apothecary’ colours. Read on to find out how I do it!

Materials List

How To:

Step 1:

I started with cleaning the piece using White Lightning then a scuff sand. I used Sea Spray mixed with Drop Cloth and stippled the mixture on using a premium chip brush for the base coat.

Step 2:

Once this was dry, I layered Honky Tonk Red and The Gulf over the top allowing each layer to dry thoroughly between. I also used a beeswax block to create a resist in some areas. I used a dry brush to apply the layers and varied the thickness of the paint so that when this is distressed later on, it has various tones and depth of colours.

Step 3:

The final colour is Caviar. I applied two coats of this for complete coverage.

To read the rest of this lovely tutorial, head on over to FAFF Designs here!

 

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  1. Jacqlyn Lowe says:

    #commentforacause I think this transformation is stunning. I love how FAFF layered all of this to come up with this rustic but polished apothecary cabinet.

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      We’re so happy you love it, Jacqlyn! We love a rustic look too 😊

  2. Erin Fox says:

    #commentforacause
    Love this makeover! Faff designs always does such gorgeous work and the time the Brand Ambassadors take to teach us step by step is amazing.

  3. Love how Faff Designs aged this piece with layers of colors and distressing.

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Thanks for the love, Marilyn! We agree! 😊

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