distress
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(pronounced dih-STREHSS)

We’re not talking about your state of mind when your clients don’t pay their bills. Instead, we’re referring to the term used to describe giving wood, metal, concrete, furniture, fabric, etc. a well-worn appearance using various tools and techniques. In other words, distressing something new can make it look old, weathered, rustic, antique and well-loved.

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