Armoire Duck Egg Blue...I painted on one coat of a solid Duck Egg Blue and followed with light layers of Duck Egg Blue mixed with Old White to form tints. This creates depth in the finish, allowing it to look more naturally aged. To create highlights, I dry brushed Old White on the edges and raised areas. Although you could use Dark Wax for shadowing, I painted in the shadows with French Linen and sealed with Clear Wax.
Add interest to a plain cabinet door by parading pretty trimwork around the door's perimeter. Measure your cabinet door to determine how much molding you'll need. Be sure to factor in the size of the four embellishments for the corners. Use a miter box to cut the molding strips to size. Paint the cabinet, molding, and embellishments the same color. When they are dry, use wood glue to affix the molding and embellishments to the cabinet. Clamp the pieces in place until the glue dries.