Isn’t she a beaut?! Natalie from A Ray of Sunlight painted this beautiful dresser with our new limited edition paint color, Wild Clover, Liquorice, and a bit of Clear Glaze!


As you can see, this dresser was in good shape to begin with, but there was nothing to help it stand out from the crowd:

Emerald Green Empire Dresser | Country Chic Paint - #DIY #furniturepaint #paintedfurniture #chalkpaint #homedecor #dresser #bedroom #green #emerald #countrychicpaint - blog.countrychicpaint.com

She used her Wagner paint sprayer to apply Wild Clover all over the dresser, then she mixed Liquorice with Clear Glaze and applied it all over. By concentrating it on the edges and corners, she brought out the details and made everything pop.

Emerald Green Empire Dresser | Country Chic Paint - #DIY #furniturepaint #paintedfurniture #chalkpaint #homedecor #dresser #bedroom #green #emerald #countrychicpaint - blog.countrychicpaint.com

To find out exactly how she completed this project including details on how she used Country Chic Paint in her paint sprayer, stop by Natalie’s full-length blog post today!

Emerald Green Empire Dresser | Country Chic Paint - #DIY #furniturepaint #paintedfurniture #chalkpaint #homedecor #dresser #bedroom #green #emerald #countrychicpaint - blog.countrychicpaint.com




Natalie {A Ray of Sunlight}

Hello! My name is Natalie, and I am the owner and creative mind behind A Ray of Sunlight. I have always loved anything to do with crafts, so it only seemed right when I started my career in painting and refinishing furniture. Growing up my parents taught me many things including how to re-purpose and reuse what we already had. They taught me how to create, imagine the possibilities and transform things with a bit of work and paint (or no paint for my natural wood loving dad). I wanted a career that would enable me stay home with my baby girl, and furniture does just that. I hope to inspire those who are looking for fresh decor, but don’t want to pay a pretty penny for the cheaply made furniture at stores. Thank you for following along on my adventures of up-cycling and bringing light back to old outdated pieces.

Make sure to follow Natalie on her blog, A Ray of Sunlight. You can also find her on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest!



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