lucketts green milk paint chest (5 of 30)
the green guy | Circa Dee
mixing milk paint to achieve new colors
Heather Cabinet in mint and cream. Love the way this is painted!
Milk Paint vs Chalk Paint/ I remember using milk paint in the 80's and I loved it then- you could buy it at Hobby Lobby then! So excited for Miss Mustard Seeds paint!
Milk Paint Primer – No Cause for Panic. Why use milk paint? Milk paint imparts a wholly traditional look, allows the grain to show through, has interesting subtle color variations and a lovely dead-flat, chalky-looking finish. Plus, it dries really quickly, so if time allows, you can apply two, and possibly three coats in a day (if you start early and the humidity is low). And cleanup is easy – you can dump any excess paint down the kitchen sink. Milk Paint, Refinishing Kitchen Sinks
Why use milk paint? I've used it to finish some of my kids projects and I love the instant antique/timeless look, plus it's non-toxic.
milk paint - BLUE! LOVE this color. This may be what I use for one of my projects to be!
Gallery - Crown Point Cabinetry
miss mustard seed milk paint repainted dresser
Milk paint project. Trying to decide what to do with the Yellow cabinet in my kitchen. I have fallen in love with the POS and want something else to do with it.
A table done in Miss Mustard Seed's milk paint
Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint NOEL Sign
Cassie’s Sleek Black Milk Paint Table
Rustic Red Pie Safe Painted with Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint
Kitchen is Buttermilk Old Fashioned Milk Paint and Island end is a custom blend of Old Fashioned Milk Paint over cherry stain (gallery album 61)