Posted by Bruyere Andree on Friday, 6 December, 2019 23:33:02
9 (Optional) Create a more modern finish with chalk paint. This is a more modern look for painted furniture. Make sure that you are generous when applying the wax to give the piece a nice sheen. The dresser shown was painted with Annie Sloan Paris Grey and Old White, given three coats of color, and waxed.
So with my Annie Sloan chalk paint in hand and a Purdy brush, I got to painting the table. After one coat, you could see some of my brushstrokes. Two coats was definitely the ticket. The thing that I liked about the chalk paint was how easy it was to distress.
A Shabby Chic Farmhouse Table with DIY Chalk Paint. January 17, 2014 I mixed up some warm white DIY chalk paint and painted 2 coats of it over the gray paint layer (and three coats on the table top). I painted my kitchen table with semi-gloss latex paint and It immediately stained and my
If you are considering using chalk paint on your cabinets, this is a must-read too see why I repainted my chalk painted cabinets. Don't make my mistake! A little over two years ago, I painted our kitchen cabinets with chalk paint. This is what they looked like before (the first time I painted them):
Color in the kitchen is a trend that is definitely here to stay. Hands down, the most popular color for kitchen tables is in the green or blue family. These hues give a calm shade to the kitchen and coordinate well with other styles, and hardwood flooring. This first table is painted in a chalk paint color, Olive.
Painting a kitchen or dining table isn't much more difficult than painting any other piece of furniture, but if you don't know what you are doing, it can turn into a big mess. Note: You don't need a primer if you are painting with chalk paint. #5- Applying your Paint with a Brush.