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Jolia of Farm Fresh Homestead is spending as much time "junking and restyling" as much as she can for this summer! She used Milk Paint and Water-Based Topcoat for this piece! Jolia explains, "For the body of the dresser I used two coats of Driftwood Milk Paint. For the protective coat I used High Performance Topcoat in Flat. If you haven’t noticed General Finishes is kinda my fav!" To learn more about this piece, go to her blog at…


Junkin' Dresser Restyled in Driftwood Milk Paint

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Staining on top of chalk paint to create that wooden look...

staining on top of chalk paint to create that wooden look, chalk paint, painted furniture, ASCP Coco and Jacobean stain with wipe on poly


Staining on top of chalk paint to create that wooden look...

I used FRENCH LINEN on the frame and OLD WHITE on the fabric and trim. Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Colors. 4 the love of wood


4 the love of wood

First step, paint it dark grey. I used Annie Sloan graphite, but any dark grey is fine.{use a eggshell or satin finish if you are not using Annie Sloan} Martha Stewart "Seal" is a good choice. Let dry. Randomly put "blobs" of silver metallic paint all over. A little goes a long way. (MS multi-surface Metallic Acrylic Craft Paint) I dipped my brush into Annie Sloan clear wax and then went over the dresser with the "blobs" of silver paint on it. You will get a really random appearance.


My Sweet Savannah: ~faux zinc dresser tutorial~

from Finding Silver Pennies

French Linen Coffee Table

Silver Pennies: French Linen Coffee Table (beautiful table done with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in French Linen. The perfect match to this color in a latex paint is Beige Shadow from Lowes Waverly Home Classics section. Mix the latex paint with Webster's Chalk Paint Powder for a cheaper alternative to the gorgeous ASCP. )


French Linen Coffee Table - Finding Silver Pennies

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