How to Paint Furniture Black Distressed?

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You can paint furniture black and then give it a distressed look. You want to first paint it with a black flat paint. You can then use a sander or sandpaper to give it a distressed look. You can use a gel stain on the areas sanded to give it a finished look.
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How to Paint Furniture Black Distressed
Distressing the finish of a piece of wood furniture lends a subtle, well-used look to the piece. The aged effect is often achieved by sanding the corners and edges of the furniture or using hammers and chains to make dents in the wood. Painting a piece... More »
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