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DIY Paint Treatments

Roll up your sleeves and get creative by transforming with paint. This board is a collection of great tutorials, ideas and products to inspire you to DIY with paint.


DIY Paint Treatments

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Side board revamped with General Finishes paint in the color Persian Blue. Great tutorial for prepping and painting from Primitive and Proper

Midcentury Modern Persian Blue Sideboard

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Tips and tricks for working with oil based paint to create a flawless and extra durable finish on high traffic furniture pieces. {The Creativity Exchange}

My Favorite DIY Paint Techniques and Tutorials for Revamps

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Fantastic step by step tutorial working with and distressing chalk paint.

Distressed Duck Egg Dining Chairs Makeover - Bless'er House

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Architects Cabinet painted with a combination of milk paint and stain. Finish is stunning!

{Furniture Makeover} Architects Cabinet & Office Update

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Chalk paint over gold

Annie Sloan's chalk paint

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Walmart dresser transformed with paint and hardware into a coral campaign dresser.

DIY Dresser Transformation {Claire Brody Designs}

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How to gray wash frames.

How to Graywash Furniture

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Annie Sloan Aubusson Blue and Graphite Table detail with watermark

Round Foyer Table Makeover

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Gorgeous chair revamp project using Velvet Finishes paint in the color Enchanting. Great before and after and tutorial from Jenna at Rain on a Tin Roof.

French Country Chair Modern Makeover

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Woah! Spray painted graphite chalk board paint.... BUT... Dark waxed afterwards! Gives a solid slate kind of look.

Reloved Rubbish: Graphite and Old Ochre Desk

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Dark stone fireplace gray washed with Annie Sloan chalk paint in paris grey diluted with water. Awesome before and after.

erin's art and gardens: painted stone fireplace before and after

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Top ten paint techniques and tutorials on The Creativity Exchange including how to paint plastic, flawless oil-based painting and the best paint products to use.

My Favorite DIY Paint Techniques and Tutorials for Revamps

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DIY: How To Get A Layered Paint Finish - aged finish is achieved by dry brushing different colors of paint, then distressing and waxing.

dreamingincolor: Layering Paint on a Dresser

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Tutorial for painting a kitchen table including prep and sealing top coat. Great tips from Centsational Girl

Painting a Kitchen Table - Centsational Girl

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Paint inside of drawers for a fun pop of color. Round-up of narrow furniture for hallways and small spaces. Kirkland's and The Creativity Exchange.

Narrow Storage Furniture for Tight Spaces + Giveaway

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Sideboard revamp project using General Finishes gel color Coastal Blue and Java Gel Buffet. Great finish from Primitive and Proper.

Coastal Blue & Java Gel Sideboard

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faux zinc paint treatment - tutorial using graphite chalk paint, wax, and silver metallic...

Aged tea stain finish for raw wood using tea, steel wool and vinegar. The more you use, the darker the stain.

Aged Rustic Wood Tray

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Beautiful finish. Minwax classic gray 270 over glidden natural linen - sanding and poly on top.

720b: Farm TABLE

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Tutorial for how to create a faux bois paint treatment using glaze/paint and a cool faux bois tool. This is amazing! From Jenny at Little Green Notebook.

Little Green Notebook: DIY: Faux Bois Paint Technique

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Tutorial for how to DIY animal spots with paint. This is so fantastic! From Centsational Girl.

Spots & a Sputnik - Centsational Girl

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2 coats primer and 2 coats Martha Stewart metallic paint. foam roller on flat surfaces. "glaze" made out of AS dark wax and mineral spirits and wiped on, wiped off, repeat. via: Oliver and Rust

Oliver and Rust

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To calculate paint needed, you'll need one gallon for 450 square feet. To determine the wall area, multiply the height of each wall by its width (don't subtract for doors and windows unless they take up more than half the wall); total the figures for the walls. Add 10 percent for future touch-ups. For two coats, double the number.

Good Things for Painting

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  • Vicki Steenbergen Doerr
    Vicki Steenbergen Doerr

    ONE GALLON OF PAINT COVERS 350 SQUARE FEET.....EASIER CALCULATION......ADD THE LENGTH OF ALL WALLS TIMES THAT BY HEIGHT....EXAMPLE 10 x 8 room 10+10+8+8=36 x 8 (height of wall floor to ceiling) = 288 sq.ft.

How to distress milk paint and wet rag sanding. Great tutorial from Simplicity in the South.

The power of paint when it comes to budget room revamps. The Creativity Exchange