Antiqued China Cabinet
Samantha from Built N’ Burnt used Peacoat, Natural Wax, and Willow Antiquing Dust to transform this amazing, antiqued china cabinet. Keep reading to find out how she did it!
Cobblestone Grey Painted China Cabinet
Hayden from Two Paws Farmhouse is joining us today to tell you all about her transformation of this enormous painted china cabinet using Cobblestone All-in-One Decor Paint, White Wax, and Antiquing Wax!
Springtime Furniture Paint Green China Cabinet
Isn’t this piece perfect for spring decor? Heidi from Lily Field Furniture painted it with our new limited edition color, Wild Clover, a beautiful meadow green!
Old Hutch to Storage Cabinet Transformation
Megan from Lubbly Jubbly Furniture used one of our new Lustrum Collection colors, Fireworks to transform the top half of an old china cabinet into this rustic storage cabinet!
Antique Farmhouse Hutch With a Shabby Chic Makeover
This hutch survived years of different paint colors until Cait from Little City Farmhouse came along to clean it up and restore its original farmhouse charm with furniture paint in the color, Cheesecake as well as some Natural and Antiquing Furniture Wax!
Navy Blue Hallway Bench Makeover
This navy blue hallway bench was transformed with Peacoat and Black Wax by Samantha from Built N’ Burnt! Check out her story below to learn all about the transformation process.
Navy Blue Grandfather Clock
Chandra from Hashtag Blessed is joining us today to tell you all about her transformation of this old Walmart clock into a stylish storage piece for her home with Peacoat Furniture Paint, Trigger metallic cream, and Natural Wax!
All-in-One Message Center
Olivia from Rustic Owl Treasures is back today with a fantastic up-cycling idea for you! Don’t throw out your old doors yet…turn them into a cute, functional message center like this one in Ocean Breeze!