Introduction

Who loves the farmhouse style? Lisa-Marie shows us an impresssive tranformation of an old TV stand using chalk paint. Would you like to know how she acheived this magnificent tranformation? This article with answer all of your questions. 
Most recently, I changed the doors on our century-old house. This house required a lot of work, now all that was missing were the finishing touches on the interior and exterior.
Since this was a big project it required someone with experience in this field. What luck, my brother has experience in finishing! So why not offer to redo his TV stand, in exchange for the time that he worked at my place.
Before-After

Products used

 

 

products used on the tv cabinet

Step Installing wood boards

I started with the top of the TV stand. since this step creates lots of wood shavings and dust, I didn’t want to risk getting any in my fresh paint.

I started by covering the top of my TV stand with wood from an old sugar camp. We used a nail gun to fix it to the top of our stand, then used our planer to smooth out the boards as much as possible.

 

Step 2-Sanding and finishing the boards

To resemble the rest of the boards I used a torch on the places where I wanted to acheive this look, blackening certain areas and giving it a rustic look.
To get it as smooth as possible, I used my electric sander with a fine grit paper, making sure the sides are safe for young children. When it was to my liking, I used my air compresseur to remove all the access dust.
Next, I applied three coats of Saman varnish on the boards, sanding lightly betwen each coat.

Step 3-Preparing to paint

I removed the electric fireplace, the back panel, the doors and the handles.I applied the Varnish Remover and Cleaner on all of the surfaces that I wanted to paint. I Then rinsed it off to make sure there was no residue remaining. I then applied my oil primer on all of the surfaces to insure better adhesion for my chalk paint.

 

Step 4-Applying the paint

I proceeded to apply two coats of the colour Night using my paint brush. Using a small brush, I gave it a metallic look using the colour Metallic Jewel on the handles and the door tiles(I used two coats)

Step 5-Varnishing and reassembling

the TV stand

Once the colour Night has had time to dry, I applied a coat Colorantic Matte Varnish. I waited 24 hours for it to dry.
Now my favourite moment has arrived: time to reinstall the fireplace, the handles and the doors!
tv cabinet steps

Conclusion

My brothers TV stand is finally done, and the bartering of services was beneficial for both of us!

We love this transformation, a perfect example of how we can acheive this using chalk paint.

 

LISA-MARIE POULIOT

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Lisa-Marie prend la pose devant son mur recyclage

Lisa-Marie Pouliot

Lisa-Marie Pouliot is a blogger for Colorantic . You can follow her on: www.facebook.com/Bois-de-Lilas-103707814989439 /https://www.instagram.com/boisdelilas/

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