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Bunk Bead To Coat Rack
Home & Garden
trim the bunk bed posts
Painting!Notice that I left the nub on one bunk bed, but cut it off of the other. All three of these pieces are resting upside down in the paint booth.
When I took the “in progress” shot, the nub was still on the bunk bed. Before I started painting the top coat, I very carefully cut the nub off with my compound miter saw.
I used this paint sample from Country Chic to paint a top coat with a cheap chip brush.
I initially started using a dry brush technique. I liked how it looked on the middle portion, but not how it looked elsewhere, so I gave it a slightly heavier coat.
Did you know that when you want to do light distressing an emery board works great?
I gave the entire piece a quick and light coat of the Country Chic wax—which by the way I really liked! I was pleased with the wax and the brush. The wax went on very easily. I buffed the wax with my AutoRightDetailing Polisher .
I added some d-rings to the back for hanging.
Then I got busy adding the coatrack hooks.
You can see I use an adjustable square to make sure they all match when they are attached.