> Worm Holes - A specific type of physical distressing that mimics naturally produced worm holes seen in old wood.
> Round-Over - Light sanding over corners and edges to soften them, creating an aged and weathered appearance.
> Hand-Rubbed Glazes - An added layer of beauty that accents your furniture's character marks. The glaze leaves a delicate coating over the entire surface, adhering more visibly to corners, profile edges, and detail areas.
> Conversion Varnish - High quality conversion varnish top coat.
OLD WORLD DISTRESSING
**Includes worm holes, round-over, hand-rubbed glazes, & conversion varnish
> Artist's Marks - Impacting the furniture surface with various tools to reproduce wear, split marks, and other signs of age and weather.
> Simulated Cracks - Marks are cut into the wood in various ways to simulate loose joints and splits in the wood.
> Natural Character - Small knots, mineral, and sap may be left in the wood to add to the beauty of this aged look.
> Burnished Edges - Certain edges get lightly burnished to help create that old darkened, worn edge look.