How to Upgrade a Wine Rack

by | May 27, 2021 | Side Furniture | 0 comments

Upgrading wine rack

Since I’ve started upcycling furniture, I have developed a love for the aged, rustic, farmhouse style. By integrating wood planks to my pieces, I can give them texture, while changing the look and style. The minute I saw this wine rack, I visualized it painted in Zen, one Colorantic’s latest colours.

Let me inspire you with my project!

Before

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Pantry Table

Step 1 – The preparation and transformation

I started with the top of the pantry table, because this step creates a lot of wood chips and dust. I did not want to risk damaging the fresh paint.

The first step was to cover the top of the table with some old planks using the nail gun to secure them. Then, I used the planer to give the planks an even look, removing as many imperfections as possible.

I gave the newly installed planks a few random brushstrokes with Zen. Once dry, I sanded the planks until the desired bluish tint effect was obtained. I dusted the piece and applied stain to the planks.

Now that the top is finished, I prepared the rest of the piece by spraying it all over with Colorantic’s Cleaner & Varnish Remover. After a few minutes, I rinsed it well using a clean cloth and water. I let the piece dry completely before applying the Grip It All Oil Primer.

Zen did not disappoint. Only 2 coats were needed to get the look I wanted.

Once completely dry, I applied a coat of Natural Beeswax with the Natural Bristle Paint Brush, and then wiped off the excess with a clean cloth.

Pantry Table

Conclusion

This small pantry table is ready to be delivered to its new owner. I couldn’t be happier with the results!

Lise-Marie Pouliot

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Lisa-Marie Pouliot

Lisa-Marie Pouliot from Bois de Lilas, is an expert in furniture recycling! Mother of 4 young children, she has devoted her entire time to them for 2 years. Owner of an ancestral house for these 2 years, finding herself there full time and imagining projects in them constantly, gave her the taste to get started through his daily hubbub. She likes the old-fashioned style. She started to restore furniture, complete rooms of her old house as well as projects for those around her. With Lisa-Marie Pouliot, what you already have is enough. Chalk based paints, brushes and hours of fun are waiting for you to transform a decor! Recycling furniture is also about giving life! Because yes, we can make new with old. Whether it is a piece of furniture, a wall or a decorative piece! Having a sober decor with a subtle touch of colour is also seeing life in pink! Want to read to inspire you for your recycling projects? Read our Blog section on the Colorantic website! She created her account Instagram & Facebook Bois de Lilas, to show the progress of what she is doing. Follow her on social media accounts to get updates on her new creations. https://www.facebook.com/Boisdelilas https://www.instagram.com/boisdelilas/  

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