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 October that we thought were worth a second highlight…
Mary from Orphans With Makeup used Vanilla Frosting for this country-style kitchen table.
Cait from Little City Farmhouse tried out our limited edition color, Aurora on this pretty dresser.
Our retailer, Pascale from The Crafty Tulip made this adorable British themed tea table with Midnight Sky, Simplicity, Devotion, and sealed it all with Tough Coat.
Carrie from Thirty Eighth Street used Vanilla Frosting to modernize this 70s style bedroom set.
Cait from Little City Farmhouse gave this dresser a warm, clean look with Cheesecake.
Ann from Farmhouse Blues mixed a bit of Pebble Beach with Vanilla Frosting to get a lovely pale grey for this buffet makeover.
Mary from Orphans With Makeup created a pretty fall display based around this fantastic cabinet in Icicle.
Heidi from Lily Field Furniture made this dresser perfect for a little boy’s room with Peacoat and Tough Coat.
Our retailer, Jennifer from Vintage Chic Designer Resale made over this hutch with our new limited edition colors, Harvest and Eggnog.
Heidi from Lily Field Furniture used Liquorice to match this French provincial dresser to a bedroom set.
Our retailer, Danielle from Upsy-Daisy used Sunday Tea for this adorable dining set makeover.
Cait from Little City Farmhouse used Cheesecake, Dark Roast, and Belt Buckle metallic cream to give this simple side table a pretty sparkle.
Cait from Little City Farmhouse used our Beeswax Distressing Bar to help distress this bench in Bliss to show her bottom layer of Cobblestone.
Cait from Little City Farmhouse chose Vanilla Frosting for this gorgeous little settee makeover.
Our retailer, Robin from Birch n’ Burlap paired Vanilla Frosting with our limited edition color, Sunday Tea for this adorable dresser.
Cait from Little City Farmhouse used our Beeswax Distressing Bar to reveal Bliss beneath Vanilla Frosting on this dresser.
our retailer, Liza from Anchor & Co. sealed this cute Bliss table in white wax.
Cait from Little City Farmhouse gave this dresser a strong, nautical look with our new limited edition color, Peacoat.
Heidi from Lily Field Furniture paired Peacoat with a fun pop of Full Bloom inside for this grand dresser.
Our retailer, Lori from 2 O’Clock Creations tried out our new limited edition color, Harvest on this beautifully distressed cabinet.
Heidi from Lily Field Furniture made this dresser an understated beauty with Vanilla Frosting.