Before you read any further, we’ll clarify exactly what that question means. Furniture that has an antiqued appearance has long been sought after by homeowners both rich and poor, who have often been charmed by the signs of wear and tear that distinguish such pieces. Antiqued furniture can be seen in both new and old houses, but may not actually be old itself. That’s because many people have such furniture specifically ‘distressed’, if they do not simply order a whole new piece of antiqued furniture themselves.
Yes, antiquing your own furniture really can be done, but there are certain rules of thumb to be followed. First of all, make sure that the furniture piece is genuinely traditional in style so that it looks convincing. Then, you can add primer to the furniture, before allowing it to dry and giving it several more coats, perhaps using different colours for each one to create the impression that the chair has been repainted numerous times over the years. This can be followed by the use of sandpaper and hammers to wear off the paint and create all kinds of interesting effects that would otherwise only be possible with the assistance of harsh weather and the passage of time.
These are just a few of the things that you can do to create truly convincing looking traditional furniture. There is, however, also the option of having such furniture made to order in a bespoke design, by a company that is skilled in the building of the most fascinating personalised designs. Such furniture pieces can not only look traditional, but can also consist of the most opulent fabrics and leathers, with various cushion filling options potentially being available to ensure extra comfort. Such pieces may also come with appropriate guarantees, having been made using the latest, most sophisticated methods – all of which may make them the best choice for anyone wanting to combine a traditional furniture appearance with modern furniture’s lifespan and durability.
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