Believe it or not, the weather plays a major role in how your paint finishes turn out!
Latest from the Blog
While I was at Morgantown Market one day last month, I spied a beautiful Martha Washington sewing table. While the machine was long gone, the piece had potential!
This side of an antique oak executive desk has been repurposed to serve as a storage piece. It’s been given a chippy makeover using MMS Milk Paint.
I created an industrial farmhouse look on a cedar chest and nightstand using Artissimo Milk Paint and Zinc Wax by Miss Mustard Seed.
This dresser needed to be repainted in a more neutral shade, so I opted to give it a French Linen Chalk Paint® makeover.
This VanSciver hutch was dry brushed using General Finishes Milk Paint in the color Lamp Black. It was sealed with High Performance Satin for durability.
How many of you have a project, idea, or some other task that’s been rolling around in your mind for weeks, months or years? You want to tackle this “thing” but you aren’t sure where to start.
When you find a lovely piece of furniture you’d like to paint from a thrift shop, antique mall or online, you need to evaluate what kind of repairs it will need before a paintbrush ever touches the surface.
This hutch cabinet was painted using Aviary by Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint and Antique White by General Finishes Milk Paint.
This baker’s table was painted using General Finishes new Blue Moon Milk Paint and Pitch Black Glaze Effects.
This antique buffet was refinished in General Finishes new Milk Paint color, “Perfect Gray”.
This empire style buffet was painted in Trophy by Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint and sealed in Hemp Oil.