• How to Distress An Ordinary Timber Door

    We had such fun with this project which we used as a demo during our launch at The Yard in Queen Street, Kensington. Although, we used Daisy as the final colour, there is nothing stopping you from using any colour within our amazing palette of colours to achieve a similar look. To start with, we had an ordinary timber door.    Step 1: Next...
  • Farmstyle Coffee Table, Two-Tone Distressing Technique

    So Granny B herself commissioned me, her son to revamp her damaged coffee table. You'll notice wood filler on the first few images where her dog chewed off the corners. TIP: If you try to fill a big hole with wood filler, use panel pins to support the wet mixture. This gives the wood filler something to hold onto and makes it stronger when...
  • Two Tone Technique Picture Frame

    The options are endless with 26 colours available in our range. This stunning picture frame was created using Peach Melba as the first coat and Daisy as the top coat. An easy to apply distressing technique was applied to reveal the first coat that was applied and then the décor item was sealed using Granny B's Finishing Lacquer. Step 1: Apply first coat generously...
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