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Set The Table With Faux Tin

Enhance your dining table with the delicate beauty of faux vintage-tin ceiling tiles turned into place mats. (As seen in Farmhouse Style - Autumn 2018)




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Today I'm sharing a tutorial from a new quarterly magazine, Farmhouse Style. Farmhouse Style is created by the same people who brought you Country Sampler Magazine. Country Sampler’s Farmhouse Style magazine is filled with step-by-step DIY projects and creative decorating tips to create the farmhouse-style home of your dreams! Not only that, but each issue features tours into beautiful farm-style homes, tips and advice for simple homesteading such as raising backyard chickens or goats, features on innovative artists working with rustic materials, special articles for hosting backyard picnics, barn weddings and more!


Supplies
  • 2'x4' vinyl ceiling panels or small decorative backsplash panels that replicate vintage tin ceiling tiles (find some here!!)
  • Off-white chalky-finish paint 
  • Brown or rust chalky-finish paint 
  • Paintbrush 
  • Sandpaper 
  • Matte waterproof spray sealer


Instructions: 
  1. Cut a 2'x4' vinyl galvanized-finish ceiling-tile panel into several approximately 12"x18" place mats. (This panel design yielded four place mats vertically along the short side.)
  2. Dry brush over each place mat with off-white chalky-finish paint, leaving small areas of the metal tones underneath exposed. Let dry.
  3. Lightly dab the corners and outer edges of the place mat with brown or rust chalky-finish paint. Then, lightly brush over the entire place mat, using minimal paint. Let dry.
  4. Lightly sand random areas to expose the metal tones underneath. Finish with a matte waterproof spray sealer.


Farmhouse Style is available as a quarterly subscription as well as being on sale at newsstands nationwide, so everyone has the opportunity to pick up this popular new publication. Charter subscribers can sign up for a subscription at www.FarmhouseStyleMag.com/Charter for one year at $19.98, or two years at $17.49 per year—that’s 56% off the cover price! Best of all, the publishers offer a 100% guarantee, so if you’re not satisfied with your subscription for any reason, they’ll refund your total cost, including issues you already received. How great is that!


Farmhouse Style is such a fabulous magazine that you’ll want to treat yourself to every issue filled with hundreds of gorgeous color photos and great ideas. In each issue you’ll find: 

Timeless texture tricks 
Mix textures for country-style success. From weathered barnwood and shiplap siding, to galvanized metal and chicken wire, to cozy quilts and braided rugs, your options are endless!

Iconic farm-style favorites 
Find easy ways to incorporate feed sacks, mason jars, egg baskets, chicken feeders, milk pails and other farm-style staples in your everyday decor.

Easy upcycling projects
Make the most of flea-market finds! Get genius tips for repurposing items like old tin trays and dishes, wooden crates, reclaimed barnwood and more for uniquely vintage accents.

Beautiful barn-style charm
Get great ideas for bring in the barnyard including canvas animal prints, vintage farm tools, milking stools and barn doors galore!

Down-home goodness 
Enjoy delicious, good-to-the-last-bite recipes featuring farm-to-table freshness and old-fashioned family dishes. 

Visit www.FarmhouseStyleMag.com/Charter to start your own Farmhouse Style subscription today! Plus, you can follow the magazine on any of its social media sites: 



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