How to get a Whitewashed Painted look three ways! by Danielle Wrishko

How to get a Whitewashed Painted look three ways!


Learn how to:
1. Get a Traditional Whitewashed Painted look on solid wood
2. Get a Whitewashed Look on Non-Solid Wood / Veneer / Porous / Non-Shiny Surfaces
3. Get a Faux Whitewashed Look with No Visible Grain to Enhance Using a Multi-Layer Technique

Contents

Intro
Introduction
2 mins
Lesson 1 - How to Get a Traditional Whitewashed Look on Solid Wood
Lesson 1.1 - Intro - What’s to Come / Thank you for Purchasing this Course!
3 mins
Lesson 1.2 - Paint Products I Use in All Lessons
4 mins
Lesson 1.3 - Manual Hand Sanding Techniques & Tools
7 mins
Lesson 1.4 - Using an Orbital Sander to Remove the Rest of the Tough Finish Down to the Bare Wood
4 mins
Lesson 1.5 - How the Table Looks Strip Sanded Down and What's to Come Next
3 mins
Lesson 1.6 - Applying the First Coat of 50:50 Paint Wash to Bare Wood
8 mins
Lesson 1.7 - Applying Chalk Paint / Rubbing Off Technique for Further Wood Grain Coverage
5 mins
Lesson 1.8 - Using White Wax to Further Color and Cover the Dark Wood Grain
4 mins
Lesson 1.9 - Sealing Your Project for Durability
4 mins
Lesson 1.10 - What to Do if you have Bleeding, Yellowing or Streaking
2 mins
The Before & After REVEAL
2 mins
Lesson 2 - How to Get a Whitewashed Look on Non-Solid Wood / Veneer / Porous / Non-Shiny Surfaces
Lesson 2 - Introduction
2 mins
Lesson 2.1 - Applying Your Base Shade Using Chalk Paint
1 min
Lesson 2.2 - Applying Your Second Coat with a Different Shade Over the Base Coat
2 mins
Lesson 2.3 - Applying a Paint Wash Over the Previous Base Coats
2 mins
Lesson 3 - How to Get a Faux Whitewashed Look with No Visible Grain to Enhance Using a Multi-Layer Technique
Lesson 3 - Introduction
3 mins
Lesson 3.1 - Applying Your Base Shade Using Chalk Paint
1 min
Lesson 3.2 - Applying a Paint Wash Over the Previous Base Coat
2 mins
Lesson 3.3 - Adding your First Layering Coat over the Previous Paint Washed Coat
2 mins
Lesson 3.4 - While Last Coat Still Drying, Apply Your Secondary Layering Coat Using Paint Wash
2 mins
Lesson 3.5 - Adding Dry Brushing Effects to Camouflage Bald Areas/Parts You Don’t Like
2 mins
Lesson 3.6 - Lightly Sanding to Reveal More Layers
4 mins
Lesson 3.7 - Adding a Subtle “Scratched” Dry Brushed Look
2 mins
The After Reveal!
2 mins
Thank You

Dani Wrishko

I feel like paint is and will always be my super power! Whether it’s on worn down furniture, projects within the home, decor, these items you look at can make you feel worn down energetically just by looking at them. When you find the courage to Just Paint It, it can be so transformative and lift your spirits with excitement and pure joy! 
 
Simply by changing the color and look, it may transform your whole world as you see it!