with Benjamin Moore's Chantilly Lace in a satin finish. It took three coats. Next I waxed it with just plain old Minwax finishing paste, then used an antiquing glaze that I mixed with some french gray paint. Following that, I dry brushed it all over with some more of the chantilly.
This is the result...
One of these days I'm going to jump on the chalk paint bandwagon!
The small shutters are the fronts off of medicine cabinets found at Habitat Restore....
I'm still playing around with the vingettes. I'm not sure what I want.
This table is behind the livingroom sofa. It was a bright manufactured white. So, I gave it a similar treatment...
I found this strange plate rack with a plate holder in the center. Not sure what to do with it. It's going to the booth, so someone else can figure it out!
Gizzie and the gang had a lazy Sunday, how bout you?
Okay, you know the drill. Get out there and create, paint, repurpose, build, find, sew, write, cook and craft yourself something beautiful.
When you are done, be sure and share it with all of us.
I'm linking with Coastal Charm's Nifty Thrifty Tuesdays!