There are a lot different ways that you can change the appearance of the furniture that you have, unfinished furniture, painted furniture, tainted furniture, and among it, the distressed wood furniture is one of the best finishing touch to create old beautiful appearance. Mostly this technique is applied to a newer piece of furniture to make it appear older without losing its natural beauty.
Distressed wood in a decorative art which makes a piece of furniture or other wooden object appear aged and older, as an old furniture has amazing beauty and more worthy than any other furniture finish, makes it become popular alternative for a contemporary home design. More than that, this furniture finished is a lived-in aesthetic that offer rustic and antique furniture to complement your home and add unique vibe for each of furniture. It can be created using scrape, dent, and sand to finish off the furniture, give it some nicks, scrapes and uneven furniture surfaces, even sometimes people might do something harsher like pickled, hammered, bleached, stained and varnishes or dimpled, but it might crushed your furniture that is why it’s better to use another solution to create the impression.
The art of distressed wood not only applicable for home furniture, but it is also applicable for wood flooring. This art finishing is available by craftsmen in every manufacturer company; each wood are handmade for the flooring are created with distinctive features of each distressed floor. Which makes each finish the designer create is depending their technique of distressed. For more, there are some craftsmen, manufacturer or even a contractors also make their own custom blades to create its unique looks that different from other. This makes distress finish as a popular one-of-a-kind choice for its unique look and historical character vibe to add value of your home design.
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