The Wagner Home Decor sprayer takes this chunky piece of '70s furniture and gives it a distressed farmhouse style makeover.
What You Need:
Clean the piece and wipe it with a tack cloth to remove dirt. Prepare your Home Décor sprayer and fill with a light or off-white color of your choice. Reference the included owner’s manual for complete details on setting up your sprayer.
Before spraying on the furniture piece, practice spraying on included spray poster or other scrap material. Once you get the desired spray pattern, spray an even coat of paint over the piece, moving in a side to side direction about three inches from the surface. Allow to dry and spray another coat as needed. Let piece fully dry after each coat.
Let it dry thoroughly and distress the surface with a medium grit sand paper. To create the distressed look, use a sanding block or medium grit sandpaper and lightly sand corners and edges to remove the paint until you have your desired look. Hand sanding is a tactile way to add emotion to your final piece.
Reattach existing hardware or add new, depending on the look you want to achieve. Now your piece is ready to display.