This beautiful, chippy dresser was refurbished by Abbey from Painted Home Goods with Pebble Beach, Natural Wax, and Willow Antiquing Dust!
This fabulous makeover was completed by Heidi from Lily Field Furniture with Rocky Mountain and Tough Coat!
Up your faux-finishing game by mastering the technique! Watch our new video tutorial to learn how to create a faux concrete finish on your furniture.
Today we’d like to introduce you to our fabulous retailer, Angela Melton from The Hobbit Hole! Read on to learn a bit about her shop and why she’s passionate about her work.
This fabulous washstand was given a modern flare by Andrea from Crossroad Creations with Vanilla Frosting, Fresh Mustard, and both Natural and Antiquing Wax!
Cait from Little City Farmhouse gave this classic dresser a coat of Cheesecake to compliment it’s simple, eye-catching lines!
This pretty white farmhouse table makeover was done by Dominique from The Little White Cottage with Simplicity and Natural Wax!
Laura from Blue Door Decor finished this funky dresser makeover inspired by vintage suitcases to add a colorful statement to a guest bedroom/home office!
Check out today’s blog post to see some of our favorite retailer creations from January!
Check out today’s blog post to see some of our favorite blogger creations from January!
Angie from The Painted Piano used our limited edition color, pink lemonade to make this the perfect dresser for a sweet little 2 year old girl’s bedroom!
Have you tried using Antiquing Dust to add a rustic, aged look to your furniture? Cait from Little City Farmhouse used Antiquing Dust in the color, Willow for this Lazy Linen table and it turned out just beautifully!