Some have the natural born talent while most others take time to learn the skill. Some can see how colors blend perfectly like coffee and milk. It’s interior designing.
But you don’t have to be a fine arts graduate or have an interior designer degree to achieve that rustic and relaxing feel you want for your farmhouse. All it takes is a few creative ideas you can follow from these simple tips.
A farmhouse dining table is simply styled, designed and created from the simple times of the farm life of the 1700’s. Though they are typically oversized, rectangular topped, and made of 100% solid wood (whether oak, maple or pine), they are incredibly sturdy and tend to exude a feeling of rustic elegance.
Whether you want an authentic farmhouse dining table constructed sometime in the 1700’s or you need to be more budget conscious and you would like an exact replica, there are many beautiful tables to choose from. And perhaps the most fun thing you can do is redesign your wooden tables and make it look antique. If you want to achieve that weathered dry look on your table, just dab vinegar over all the surface of table. Do the same on the table legs and let it soak for some time before adding sealer to it. The sealer will darken the color of the wood.