Sophisticated Soft Pink Vintage Desk



I found this vintage desk at a local thrift store that I recently stumbled on, and their prices were great too.  If you want to see me starting to paint this desk, or how I did the “broken” stencil technique, check out these videos.   Here are the products I used to achieve this look. Resource […]

Desks

Need a Colorful Painted Rocking Chair Idea?



If you’re like me and you have an old rocking chair, you may need ideas to update it.  This rocking chair was handed down from my mom.  While the needlepoint is charming, unless the theme of your room is granny chic, it is also dated. I started painting this rocker almost exactly a year ago.  […]

Benches and Chairs

Stunning Coral Chalk Paint Dresser



This 9-drawer dresser is super long and curvy, and I wanted to enhance her femininity with these blended coral colors.   This week I wanted to take a moment to discuss why chalk paint is better for furniture than latex paint.  Latex paint is for walls.  It has resins in it that make it sit on […]

Dressers

Metallic Chalk Paint for an Elegant Look



I have an awesome client who is moving out of the area :(, and she offered me a couple pieces to purchase.  Isn’t this tallboy chest-on-chest dresser equisite? My vision for this piece included metallic chalk paints from the start.  Here are the products I used to achieve this look. Resource List: (Note: These are […]

Dressers

Colorful Moroccan Tile Table



I’ve had this small accent table in my stash forever, but I didn’t have a design idea for it until Dixie Belle came out with their Colorful Tiles decoupage paper.  It all came together into this colorful Moroccan tile table. This plain little table was about to get a full makeover. Here are the products […]

Tables

Painted Console Table | Layered Grays



Katie, a new client, brought me this vintage dusty console table to paint.  It has great lines, but the finish is damaged and definitely dated. Dark pieces like this always have the best before & after because paint shows off the details. Here are the products I used to achieve this look. Resource List: (Note: […]

Tables