Milk Paint Projects
Sophia's: Milk Paint Dresser
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.
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.
Most recent project by Underground Rehab - Armoire painted with Milk Paint by Olympic. Inside painted with Apple Green by Eddie Bauer. Door detail painted with chalkboard paint. Client is using it as a standing desk.
Black milk painted hutch
Gallery Homestead House. Milk paint