Published at Monday, March 12th, 2018 - 18:43:38 PM. Kitchen. By Evelyne Eric.
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If you’re looking for a truly authentic way to integrate vintage and modern décor together, try finding vintage plates, bowls and serving ware. Antique stores and consignment shops are often a great place to find these beautiful pieces. They’ll also be a unique talking point when you’re entertaining. If you’d rather skip the hunt, there are plenty of vintage-looking serving sets available at your local home goods store. Look for ceramic, white and porcelain if possible. Florals and stripes work well here.
If you’re happy with your paint job, you could stop here. Adding a layer of polyurethane gloss finish is completely optional. It’s helpful to protect your paint job against spills and chips, adding a finished look to your DIY project. It’s best to use a brush specifically for polyurethane or varnish to avoid unsightly brushstrokes. Dust off the table and chairs once the paint is dry to remove any debris such as dust, pet hair or dirt. This will show through very clearly once the polyurethane is applied. Next, paint on the finish evenly and let sit.
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