Facebook Friday #2

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It’s been a cold week for most of the country, but the paintriots continue to safely paint indoors using our eco-friendly, all natural paint and finishes.  Since most of us are dreaming of warmer temperatures, let’s start with the pieces that look like they are ready for spring and summer!  Remember, if you like what you see, click the link to visit the artist’s Facebook page for more inspiration.  Click ‘LIKE’ while you’re there!

Restyled Vintage Designs in Indiana painted this slatted table using Uncle Sam, Nana’s Cupboard, Surfboard and Fireworks Red over a mix of Shining Seas and Blue Jeans.

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Youngest of Nine Designs in Ohio painted this side table in Uncle Sam, then heavily distressed it for a beachy look.

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Weathered Pieces in Georgia painted this cute shelf unit using Nana’s Cupboard.  Who’s ready for spring?

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Same As It Never Was Design Studio in Washington continued the springy trend and painted this dresser with Nana’s Cupboard also.

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Brick Street Cottage in Ohio cut this dresser down to one drawer due to some damage for a whole new look and then painted it using First Lady and Momma’s Lipstick.

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Totally Vintage Design in Virginia painted this tray table using Peacock (Ellis Collection) and Copper Mica.

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Fabulous Finishes in Michigan painted this little table using Freedom Road and finished with Pewter Mica in the wax.

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The Old Store in Oklahoma painted this table turned island with Beach Glass over Orange Grove.

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Bungalow 47 in Michigan painted this coffee table with Born on the 4th over Wild Horses and finished with Dark Wax.

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Junque in My Trunk in Kansas painted this cabinet using Peacock (Ellis Collection) and finished with Dark Wax and Copper Mica highlights.

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What piece do you have that is waiting to be transformed with American Paint

Company chalk and clay paint?

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