How to Create a Beach House Buffet

Let the sea set you free! This buffet was given the royal treatment.

So many techniques in this gem! This overall nautical theme was achieved with layers. The first being a Driftwood design. Let’s go step by step!

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This piece was first cleaned with White Lightning. Then 2 coats of Birchwood were applied. I then added a coat of Vintage Duck Egg followed by Voodoo Gel Stain in NEW Denim.

I used the Woodgrain Tool to create the faux wood top. Next I applied the Seashore transfers, followed by a coat of Gator Hide, to protect the transfers.

Next, I created the Driftwood look with Best Dang Wax in Brown, Grunge Gray and White.

I then applied the Patina Paints in Iron and Copper as well as the Green and Blue Spray.

I continued the Voodoo Gel Stain in Denim down the front and sides of the piece mimicking waves. Finally I finished the piece in Gator Hide.

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https://www.facebook.com/DixieBellePaint/videos/331492461124756/

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