Acacia wood dining table-Aching furniture means that artificially aged or antique it possible to achieve a kind of “shabby chic” vibe. This type of faux antiquing achieved in a variety of ways, from grinding back areas of color to physically denting, chipping and scratching the object, and to use the glaze or stain to add an aged patina to the play. Acacia wood dining table is a perfect candidate for painful; you can create your own shabby chic dining area next to no time.
Sand the entire acacia wood dining table with medium grit sandpaper to roughen the surface. Wipe with a tack cloth to completely remove any sanding dust. Paint the table with white paint and let dry. If needed, apply a second coat to achieve a uniform color. Allow to dry for the time recommended by the paint manufacturer. Roughly sand the edges of the table top with course sandpaper so that the paint is thinned in some places and completely removed to expose the wood in others. Repeat on the edges of the legs and the spots on the table top to mimic the effects of years of use. If you want to use an old piece of chain to turn the table in spots. This creates random effect chipped paint and dents.