Create an Old World Finish

Hello there, Bianca from Lotus Theory Designs here!

In this blog I wanted to take you through the process of creating an old world finish on a box I picked up from a local thrift shop. With a bit of creativity, I was able to turn a basic box into a beautiful keepsake chest with a timeless finish.

I am going to take you through the paint process, however, if you would like to view my Live demonstration applying the WoodUBend Mouldings, click here!

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I couldn’t be more pleased with the way my little box project turned out.

Learn how to create this look below!

Next time you are thrifting, keep an eye out for little treasures like this. So long it has good bones, just as my box did, you can transform it into a precious heirloom that will be cherished for years to come!

For more information, head to Lotus Theory Designs here!

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  1. Wonderful it’s so Beautiful ❤️

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Hazel,
      Thank you so much!
      Dixie Belle Paint!

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