It’s a beautiful week to transform furniture using American Paint Company’s all natural chalk and clay based paints. Check out what our paintriots have done this week!
Picadilly Bob’s in Washington painted this dresser using Smoke Signal, Peacock, Top Coat and Dark Glaze.
Trent River Designs in North Carolina perked up this lamp with a new shade and painted over tarnished brass using Coral Reef to give it new life.
Fabulous Finishes in Michigan transformed this table using as a base coat together Nana’s Cupboard, Home Turf and Waistcoat with Orange Grove on the detail, then painted the top layer using Navajo White and finished with Clear Wax and Pewter Mica.
1909 Junkeroo and Vintage Too in Texas painted this secretary using Dollar Bill, Plymouth Rock, Smoke Signal and Treasure Box on the inside.
A Piece of the Pie Frames in Tennessee painted this desk with a mix of Shining Seas and Born on the 4th, with details in Navajo White and finished with Top Coat.
Simple Key in Michigan transformed this desk using Liberty and Home Plate.
Twigs and Twine in Arizona painted this dresser using A-maize-ing and decoupaged with an old poster.
The Old Store in Oklahoma painted this table using GunPowder (limited edition) and Shoreline.
Lock and Key Treasures in Ontario, Canada painted these suitcases using Amber Waves of Grain.
Weathered Pieces in Georgia painted this secretary using Limoges, Sackcloth and Freedom Road.
What will you be inspired to paint this week with our all natural paint?