The paintriots have been busy creating amazing pieces with American Paint Company chalk/clay/mineral paints! Check out all of these beauties!
This gorgeous hutch was painted by one of the furniture artists at Deep Creek Vintage in Virginia using Home Plate, Liberty, a lighter shade of Desert Cactus and finished in APC Clear Wax. Totally fabulous!
Speaking of hutches, this beauty was painted by Simply Shabby Chic in California using Fireworks Red.
This great desk was painted by Rule Forty-Two in Virginia in Smoke Signal and washed over with a mix of National Forest and Shining Seas to create this teal color.
The Painted Dragonfly in Tennessee painted this dresser in a 50/50 mix of Dollar Bill and Plymouth Rock.
This dresser got a custom mix of paint using Desert Cactus and Home Turf painted by The Painter’s Roost in North Carolina.
This frame was painted by Youngest of Nine in Ohio using Beach Glass and finished with Black Mica mixed into Clear Wax. And don’t you just love the saying? Why not!
Using Rushmore and Home Plate, this bed was painted by Ellie’s Attic in South Carolina.
This desk was painted in Surfboard and finished in Dark Wax by a customer of Abby Road Vintage in Texas.
Check out Wild Horses over Home Plate painted on these perfect little side tables by All Things New Again in Virginia.
2nd Chance Junk in California also painted with Wild Horses and used Dark Wax to finish this table.
What will you be painting this week? We’d love to see!