This garage sale season, don’t forget the power of paint! Cait from Little City Farmhouse scooped up this unwanted wine rack and brought it back to life with a mix of Liquorice and Dark Roast! Read on to find out how she did it.


Cait found this beat up wine rack at a garage sale. It was in desperate need of a makeover.

Black Painted Wine Rack in eco-friendly DIY clay paint by Country Chic Paint - garage sale upcycle

Before painting she gave it a deep clean and sanding to make sure the paint would be able to adhere well.

Black Painted Wine Rack in eco-friendly DIY clay paint by Country Chic Paint - garage sale upcycle

Black Painted Wine Rack in eco-friendly DIY clay paint by Country Chic Paint - garage sale upcycle

To create this rich, deep coffee color, she mixed 1 part Liquorice with 2 parts Dark Roast.

Black Painted Wine Rack in eco-friendly DIY clay paint by Country Chic Paint - garage sale upcycle

With a little distressing and a couple of protective coats of Clear Coat, it’s now ready for its new home!

Black Painted Wine Rack in eco-friendly DIY clay paint by Country Chic Paint - garage sale upcycle

To find out even more about this project, stop by Cait’s full length blog post!

To see some more examples of furniture painted in this color, click here.

Leave a comment below to tell us what you think of this black painted wine rack!


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Cait {Little City Farmhouse}

Hello! I’m Cait! I am a wife and a mom of two little ones, and a proud auntie of a growing little flock! I first started by refinishing several pieces in my own home, and fell in love with it. Slowly it turned into a business and something I could do from home. I love the thrill of finding old furniture, and I adore the process of refinishing it into something new and fresh. Refinishing furniture is the heart of my business. I believe your home should reflect who you are, and I love helping people get the look they want in their homes by refinishing their furniture for them.

Make sure to follow Cait’s blog Little City Farmhouse. You can also find her on Facebook and Instagram!



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