General Finishes - Van Dyke Brown Glaze Pint
Glazing is the application of color over a pre-sealed or non porous surface. Most often associated with paint, ceramics or marble to add interest to an otherwise un-interesting surface, it can also...
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• Translucent water based glazes
• Specially formulated to give you a longer open time
• Use over any completely cured finish
• Add interest to an otherwise un-interesting surface
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This unique advent calendar repurposes an old spoon rack and little “faux” silver spoons found at Dollar Tree. This darling display was created by our friend Lucy from Patina Paradise blog and the details are so creative!
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The idea of incorporating family heirlooms into your home appeals to a lot of people. A mix of old and new décor can actually work very well together to create a space that is warm and inviting with a comfortable lived-in look. Woodcraft’s graphic designer Tara Piggott reimagined a travel trunk built by her grandfather into a beautiful storage trunk for her home. Check out how she did it in this Woodworking Adventures blog.
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I have an old buffet we cut a hole in for a sink and I painted antique white. I bought VanDyke Brown Glaze Effects and it turned out beautiful! I love it so much I am going to do my kitchen cabinets.