1/26/2016

Chippy Lamp Makeover

This little ginger lamp had a humble beginning . I base painted black, added crackle medium , then added a top coat of antique cream latex paint with my Chalk-ology paint Powder.  When it dried I distressed is more to reviled a  more chippy look .


1/16/2016

New Projects



I'm on a roll... working on a new project for the store and an on site  job for a customer. The store project is one of my favorite pieces of furniture, a credenza. They take up  a small foot print of area , storage is always  available and they easy for anyone to move between rooms. Use them in an entry way, bathroom, bedroom or kitchen, its the ultimate non-defined  furniture piece.

Anyway, back to the makeover. Using my Chalk-ology paint powder mixed with antique white cream flat paint as the base, two coats were applied. Sanding, distressing ,sealing with two coats for protection. I decide to darken the top with get stain, just to make th e cream colot po more. 
Where would you use this beauty.

1/09/2016

First Dresser Makeover of the New Year

It was good to get back to painting this week. This sad little brown dresser was crying for some color. So I did one of my favorite designs , grain-sack, I  never get tried of it. Using my Chalkology Paint Powder and cream flat paint was the base coat . The dresser was taped off, and burgundy paint was applied to create the stripes. After it dried, light distressing and several top coats of sealer were applied . The hardware was cleaned and sprayed in Rubbed Oil Bronze finish.
               
              So whata think, now it's waiting for a new home.

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