Beauty and the Beast {guest post}

This gorgeous piece was brought back to life by Sarah from Honour Design with the help of Hurricane, Simplicity, Silver Bullet metallic cream, Natural Wax, and Aspen antiquing dust!

Vintage Pressback Chairs {guest post}

Hannah from The Cozy Hearth used Vanilla Frosting, Natural Wax, and a touch of Willow Antiquing Dust to give this pressback chair a soft, antique look!

Bee’s Knees Dresser {guest post}

This sweet dresser was refurbished with our limited edition color, Bee’s Knees and Cedar Antiquing Dust by Andrea from Crossroad Creations!

Confetti End Tables {guest post}

Andrea from Crossroad Creations used our limited edition color, Confetti topped with Natural Wax and Cedar Antiquing Dust to beautify these matching end tables!

Chippy Dresser {guest post}

This beautiful, chippy dresser was refurbished by Abbey from Painted Home Goods with Pebble Beach, Natural Wax, and Willow Antiquing Dust!

The Willow Table {guest post}

Have you tried using Antiquing Dust to add a rustic, aged look to your furniture? Cait from Little City Farmhouse used Antiquing Dust in the color, Willow for this Lazy Linen table and it turned out just beautifully!

Antique Washstand {guest post}

Andrea from Crossroad Creations used our limited edition color, Sunday Tea topped with Natural Wax and Willow antiquing dust to turn this antique washstand into a stunning piece of decor!

How To Use Antiquing Dust

Do you love the look of antique furniture? Our easy to use Antiquing Dust allows you to add an authentic-looking aged effect to your projects!