Check out today’s blog post to see some of our favorite pieces from this past month!
We’re always so inspired by what our fans are able to create and we love sharing their inspirational projects with you. Here are some of the pieces from September that we thought were worth a second highlight…
Mary from Orphans With Makeup used Lazy Linen, Pebble Beach, and antiquing wax for this vintage-inspired writing space.
Our retailer, Lori from 2 O’Clock Creations created a warm, two-toned look on this dresser with Fresh Mustard and antiquing wax.
Our retailer, Kris from Our Place applied Elegance on top of Liquorice for this dresser, and added some shine with Trigger Metallic Cream on the hardware.
Our retailer, Kari from Reloving Furniture used a stencil and some Vanilla Frosting All-in-One Decor Paint for this French-style hutch.
Our retailer, Heidi from The Jordan Junker chose Vanilla Frosting with Graphite glaze to bring out the beautiful carved details on this cabinet.
Cait from Little City Farmhouse chose Vintage Cupcake for this sweet little dresser for a nursery room makeover.
Bre from Average But Inspired used Elegance to make the details on these antique nesting tables pop.
Our retailer, Kari from Reloving Furniture Vanilla Frosting All-in-One Decor Paint for this beautiful buffet.
Our retailer, Kris from Our Place applied Elegance on top of Liquorice for this pretty little dresser makeover.
Our retailer, Lori from 2 O’Clock Creations paired Fresh Mustard and Rocky Mountain for this fun, bright chair, and gave this upcycled dresser a coat of Cobblestone.
Mary from Orphans With Makeup used a few shades of white (Simplicity, Cheesecake, and Vanilla Frosting) and applied some antiquing wax to give these cute little pumpkins an antique look to suit her decor.
Our retailer, Kelly from Broad Street Antiques heavily distressed Simplicity to reveal a coat of Vintage Cupcake beneath on this adorable dresser.
Our retailer, Ann Marie from Annabella’s Antique Mall gave this cabinet a coat of Cranberry Sauce followed by a whitewash of Liquorice and some antiquing wax.
Cait from Little City Farmhouse mixed a bit of Elegance with Summer Blueberries for this sophisticated desk.
Our retailer, Cathy from Vintage Barn Boutique beautified this tea cart with Liquorice and hints of Cranberry Sauce, Simplicity, and Belt Buckle.
Our retailer, Jennifer from Vintage Chic Designer Resale updated this pretty little dresser with Creme Brulee and Simplicity detailing.
Our retailer, Amanda from Unfauxgettable Interiors gave this dresser a stunning pop of color with Adorned.