Woodland Cabinet {guest post}

Crystal from The Driftwood Home used Woodland and Hemp Oil to give this pretty cabinet the moody makeover it deserves!

Floral Stamped Dresser {guest post}

This beautifully restored dresser is ready for the upcoming spring weather thanks to Cait from Little City Farmhouse! She used Cobblestone, Rocky Mountain, and Antiquing Wax to complete the transformation.

Colorful Children’s Furniture {guest post}

Cait from Little City Farmhouse gave this set of children’s furniture a colorful makeover with Clear Bonding Primer, Bliss, Crinoline, and Bee’s Knees, all sealed with Clear Coat!

Dollhouse Furniture {guest post}

Country Chic Paint can be used on furniture of all shapes and sizes! Cait from Little City Farmhouse used Crinoline, Pebble Beach, and Cobblestone to transform a whole household of doll furniture in minutes!

Mele Kalikimaka {guest post}

Abbey from Painted Home Goods created this beachy, textured dresser with Simplicity, Wishing Well, Hurricane, Driftwood and White Wax to bring a little tropical warmth to her winter!

Neutral Dining Set {guest post}

Heidi from Lily Field Furniture gave this set a shabby chic, farmhouse makeover with a few of her favorite neutrals; Vanilla Frosting, Cobblestone, and Liquorice!

Two-Toned China Cabinet {guest post}

This sophisticated china cabinet was painted with Sunday Tea and Hula Hoop by Cheryl from Shab-2-Fab! She sealed her work with Black Wax and Hemp Oil.