Another busy week with the paintriots creating heirlooms! Look what they did this time.
1909 Junkeroo and Vintage Too in Texas painted this table layered with Dollar Bill over Freedom Road, Smoke Signal, and Navajo White. Stencil is layered with Freedom Road and Navajo White, sanded down and then finished with Clear wax and Pewter Mica.
The Mill at Gibsonville in North Carolina finished these beautiful toile fabric chairs with Home Plate and Dark Wax.
All Things New Again in Virginia painted this sideboard in Lincoln’s Hat with Black Mica with First Lady on the top, finished with some American Grit.
Ellie’s Attic in South Carolina finished this chest in Rushmore and Home Plate.
Studio GnG in Wisconsin finished this factory cart with Dollar Bill and Dark Wax.
Salvaged Decor in Michigan painted this table using Freedom Road as the base coat followed by a thin coat in a custom mix of Home Turf, Freedom Road, and Navajo White. It was finished with Clear Wax and Silver Mica. The original hardware was done in Freedom Road and Silver Mica and sealed with top coat!
For the Love of Paint in Indiana finished this sideboard in Dollar Bill and toned it down with Navajo White. The top is Wild Horses with a bit of green and then Dark Wax and Pewter Mica. It was finished with Clear Wax with Pewter Mica and a little more white mixed with Clear Wax.
Pomegranate in California painted this desk with Wild Horses, Dollar Bill with National Forest and Home Plate. Accents were added with Fireworks Red and Dark Wax.
Junque in My Trunk in Kansas painted this vanity in Uncle Sam and Smoke Signal.
Bungalow 47 in Michigan painted this small china cabinet in Peacock, from the new Ellis Collection.