This Grandmother Clock was refinished in Schloss – a warm greige – by Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint
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This vintage mahogany desk was given a General Finishes style makeover using Lamp Black Milk Paint, Nutmeg Gel Stain and High Performance Topcoat.
The 2019 Rusty Gold Antique and Artisan Show is in the books! Get all the details in this blog post.
This oak dresser received a handsome makeover using General Finishes products.
Repainting these nightstands required the use of a product called Bonding Agent. This water based acrylic emulsion helps Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint adhere to slick and glossy surfaces.
Form and function meet on this Spinet Desk in layers of MMS Milk Paint and refinished legs in General Finishes Gel Stain
Last Friday, I partnered with my local Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Coatesville for a special General Finishes paint demonstration. I went shopping for two beautiful project pieces and then painted them live in the store a few days later. Here’s a recap of how everything went if you weren’t able to attend in person.
This vanity came to me with a usual red/brown stain that’s typical for vintage furniture. Using some Lamp Black Milk Paint and some Antique Walnut Gel Stain by General Finishes, this vanity is now looking classy and sassy!
Whitewashing is super easy when you use Miss Mustard Seed’s White Wax!
Creating your own custom blend of colors using Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint is easier than you think! This blog post shows you how to do it and includes a video tutorial!
When I first saw this post master’s roll top desk at Morgantown Market, I knew it was only a matter of time before it was mine! It has such special features including a secret hidden latch!
On Wednesday, I had the pleasure of visiting my local Habitat for Humanity ReStore. Now I’ve been there before hunting for painting projects and staging items, so this was not my first trip. This particular visit was special because I met with their team to collaborate in celebrating Earth Day this year!