Emy from Semigloss Design paired Tropical Cocktail with Simplicity and Reverie to create this amazing blended turquoise cabinet. Keep reading to see how she did it, step-by-step!


This piece started out as a 1970s dry sink. Since the top was very dirty and made of cheap laminate, Emy decided to completely replace it.

Blended Turquoise cabinet with eco-friendly furniture paint and hemp oil

Supplies:

First, she painted the entire piece with a base coat of the color, Tropical Cocktail.

Blended Turquoise cabinet with eco-friendly furniture paint and hemp oil

To add depth and the appearance of shadows in the depressed areas, she added a small amount of the color, Reverie.

Blended Turquoise cabinet with eco-friendly furniture paint and hemp oil

To add the appearance of light to the raised areas, she added some Simplicity.

Blended Turquoise cabinet with eco-friendly furniture paint and hemp oil

Now for the fun part! Emy lightly spritzed the surface with plain water in her spray bottle, then began blending with a clean paint brush.

Blended Turquoise cabinet with eco-friendly furniture paint and hemp oil

Now the same steps can be repeated on all other surfaces of the piece!

Blended Turquoise cabinet with eco-friendly furniture paint and hemp oil

Remember to work in small sections at a time so the paint doesn’t dry too much before you can begin blending.

Blended Turquoise cabinet with eco-friendly furniture paint and hemp oil

To learn even more about this transformation, stop by Emy’s full length blog post.

To see some more examples of blended furniture, click here.

Leave a comment below to tell us what you would store in this blended turquoise cabinet!


Emy {Semigloss Design}

I’m Emy and I’m a DIY addict. I’m here to help you make your house into your dream home, no matter your budget or skill level.

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