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Oak Plinth Hack - "Get the same effect, at a fraction of the cost "

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To purchase an ebonised oak plinth you’re looking at anything from £400- £3,000!

 

What I Used and How I did It:

~ I purchased a heavy block of standard, green oak for £31 from a local Etsy store.

~ I purchased Colour It quick drying Matt Black Spray Paint for £2.

The whole project cost £33

  1. Simply lay some plastic sheeting down outside to protect the ground.

  2. Lightly spray the entire block of wood and leave to dry for at least 1 hour.

  3. Apply a second coat and leave to dry for a couple of hours.

  4. Check the coverage (apply a third coat if required), and leave to dry.

  5. That's it, it couldn't be easier!

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I hope you like this DIY and good luck!

Don't forget to share your creations on social media!

Happy creating!

Love,

 

Nicola x

 

@our_japandi_home

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