Cait from Little City Farmhouse used Liquorice, Natural Wax, and Tough Coat to give this handsome desk a refurbished, retro look!
Stephanie from Crafting in the Rain took a dining set from mismatched to shabby chic with a little help from Rocky Mountain, Elegance, and Tough Coat!
Stephanie from Crafting in the Rain salvaged this old chair with lots of history to give it new life for a new generation! She used Pebble Beach, Simplicity, and Natural Wax for this project.
It’s the perfect time of year for some rich, warm colors! Heidi from Lily Field Furniture used Fresh Mustard and Antiquing Wax to modernize this sofa table and we love the results!
You may have already learned how to use our Image Transfer Medium to transfer graphics to your painted furniture, but did you know you can also use it for decoupaging?
Olivia from Rustic Owl Treasures beautified this end table with Midnight Sky and Natural Wax to make the gold hardware pop!
Andrea from Crossroad Creations used Cranberry Sauce, Rocky Mountain, and Graphite Glaze to add a bold pop of color and intrigue to this funky desk. What do you think!?
Cait from Little City Farmhouse used Simplicity, a painting sponge, and Natural Wax to give this chair a fresh new look! What do you think?
Mary from Orphans With Makeup used Texture Powder, Chocolate Tart, and Vanilla Frosting to give this antique sewing cabinet a gorgeous, unique stenciled finish. Come read all about the transformation!
This incredible dresser transformation is the work of Cait from Little City Farmhouse! She used Lazy Linen, Pebble Beach, Rocky Mountain, and Natural Wax to give it new life.
Carrie from Thirty Eighth Street created this beautiful grey by mixing a couple of her favorite Country Chic Paint colors. Can you guess her recipe?
Check out today’s blog post to see some of our favorite retailer creations from October!