White Washed Queen Headboard

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About This Project

This is my first piece of furniture I've ever made from a plan. I would recommend this for someone who is new to the craft. I also sanded each board before I put it together. I just find this easier to do than sanding it afterwards. Plus, it gives me the chance to look at the grain and see where I might want it.
Both the stain and clear coat I used can be washed out of your brush with soap and water.

Spruce
Required Skill Level: 
Starter Project
Estimated Time Investment: 
Weekend Project (10-20 Hours)
Finish Used: 
Minwax white wash pickling stain - one application with a foam brush. A very forgiving stain and easy to use. Minxax Polycrylic clear satin - one coat with a paint brush.
Estimated Cost: 
$90.00
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Comments

Really like the white wash look, great job! Also, love the bedding and the tray. Did you make that tray, too?