Watch as I walk you through the cerused, or limed wax finish process step-by-step. With a very understated and elegant look, the cerused finish delightfully agrees with so many different decorating styles. Whether your style is anything from modern to rustic, this finish will make any room dance.
Here at Amy Howard, we believe that every piece of rescued furniture has a story to tell and we are sure to listen. The lines, materials, composition and year it was crafted must be taken into consideration when dreaming up the new look and purpose. If you stay in tune with the integrity of the item and allow it to inspire you, the restoration process can’t go wrong.
Perusing Craigslist, I was inundated with wide mahogany chests, resting on dumpy bun feet and pairs of chintzy nightstands boasting assembly line made shutter doors. The worst pieces are redeemable with some elbow grease and a good design plan, but I was looking for something inspiring, something with real potential for fabulous.
See how easy is it to restore a chair from top to bottom with One Step Paint! Painting on any surface — fabric, wood, metal — with One Step Paint is a breeze. Best part, there is no sanding or priming required!
We found this gorgeous “grandma’s table” that needed to be showcased but it had some chipping and water stains on the top. A layer of paint and some love is all it needed to bring it back to life and allow it to be a part of the family again!