My biggest project to date and woo hoo, did it take me a while to complete?!!!
Working 9 to 5, I am a weekend kinda project gal!
I often finish projects during the week and have to wait till the weekend to take my shots...and I took several pics of this baby before I was close to happy with the outcome!
I painted the entire hutch with Plascon's French Chartreuse in their cashmere finish. Then I used milk paint in shaker blue and green from Here and did a layered paint effect on the areas I wanted to highlight!
I stained the top and bottom in an imbuia stain and applied my antique liquid all over, including the distressed areas!
You can see that I'm no minimalist...this hutch is crammed with pieces I love and treasure!
|My collection of vintage scales, metal gas station number, vintage spools and my painted spindles!|
My mis-matched china, and creamy pieces, some ironstone.
Old books under a glass dome!
Vintage dish rack and pretty tea towels!
I love these vintage inhalers. Pretty used for single blooms!
I love collecting items from this renowned food store!
Vintage enamel jugs!
Vintage wire basket (hard to find over here) filled with my treasured French linen and grainsacks!
Antique storage box painted with CeCe Caldwell's Alaskan Tundra Green. I am super impressed with this paint and a little goes a long way! Thanks to Shelly from A little bit o' shizzle
I would like to repurpose this sign and use it as a cup rack. It needs to be mounted on a base....any ideas?!!!
Do I make the cut? All you brilliant furniture painters out there....give me some comments!
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