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Bring shabby chic style outdoors. Distressed window frames and porch flooring provide a welcoming atmosphere for guests. HGTV fan robinelise added plenty of potted plants for much-needed color.
Thrift stores and antique shops are the best places to look for distressed finds. Simple changes — like switching out your kitchen lights for distressed metal — will transform your kitchen from ordinary to rustic chic.
Decorating a small nook or entryway can be a challenge. A bold-colored, distressed piece of furniture is all you need to brighten up small areas in your home.
To give your porch a shabby chic look, add white wicker furniture, lush plants and distressed details. HGTV fan antiqueshopper gave her wraparound porch a one-of-a-kind look with a distressed ceiling.
A blue distressed bathroom vanity adds a charming touch to this Old World bathroom. As the only source of color, the vanity prevents the room from being too monotonous. Photo courtesy of Gene Northup of Synergy Sotheby's International Realty
Distressed furniture is perfect for a beach-front home. This weathered chest brings coastal style while adding a punch of color.
Distressed furniture isn't only for cottage- or beach-style homes. You can have a formal space and still integrate distressed wood into your design. This sideboard mixes distressed wood doors with contemporary style for a timeworn yet formal look.