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#1 posted 01-19-2014 05:14 PM

I personally prefer distressing if it looks like it was from everyday use. I see alot of places sell distressed furniture but it looks like it was hit with screws and nails and an angle grinder but with no rhyme or reason to why they distressed it.

You need to think about how the item you are distressing was used or will be used to understand how and where to distress it.

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