Cheri Peoples


Restoration Hardware Knock-Off Corbels

by CHERI on July 5, 2016

When I posted our kitchen update here, I promised a tutorial on the corbels.

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I love the rustic weathered wood look from Restoration Hardware.

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The corbels from Restoration Hardware were $150 each.  We needed 8 ( $1200)
We went with the Mission Corbel from Home Depot. $50 each ($400) plus stain.

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There are 3 pretty easy steps in this process–

#1- go over the corbels with a coat of  stain- I used driftwood.

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#2- go over them with a coat of Jacobean.

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I used a small sponge to apply.  I didn’t cover the entire piece to allow for the weathered wood to show through as well.  I wiped off with t-shirt rag material as I applied. Then I added more in some areas.

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#3- I used white wash pickling to areas.

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Make sure I left white wash in some of the crevices to give it that authentic aged look.

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I hope you enjoyed this tutorial.

 
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1 Kimberly ~ Serendipity Refined July 5, 2016 at 4:24 pm

LOVE them…and those counter stools!!!!!!

2 CHERI July 5, 2016 at 5:06 pm

Thanks so much!!

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