Color Blog featuring Nana’s Cupboard!
Nana’s Cupboard invites memories of Nana; her apron was standard attire, pockets on either side, with tissue in one pocket and hard tack candies in the other, fresh baked bread with warm butter, and steaming mugs of hot cocoa were standards at Grandma’s house and so were her green cupboards that held her dishes and baking supplies. Nana’s Cupboard, is a comforting warm medium green reminiscent of Nana’s!
Double Take Decor in Hamilton, Montana, shares a bookcase painted with Nana’s Cupboard on its exterior surround and shelves, a stencil design was painted over Nana’s Cupboard using Heavens Light, isn’t it adorable!
An outdated tole painted corner cabinet was given new life using, Nana’s Cupboard, and it was finished with Dark Wax developing interest and character, it will be perfect in any home for extra storage and beauty, painted by Cabin Fever and Antiques in Oakland, Maryland!
We love this cabinet painted by Chic Beach Designs – Coastal Furniture and Decor in Pompano Beach, Florida! Nana’s Cupboard was used on the drawer fronts and shuttered doors, Blue Jeans and Navajo White were also used in the design, decoupage was applied to he drawer fronts and sides of the piece to add an extra pop, it was finished Clear Wax and Mica!
A nostalgic antique chair was painted with Nana’s Cupboard by Simply Vintage by the Sea in North Scituate, Massachusetts, it feels comforting, just like Nana’s house!
A dry sink was painted with Nana’s Cupboard by UNika Custom Creations, LLC in Middletown, Delaware. This look was achieved by layering Nana’s Cupboard over Liberty, it was then distressed back to expose more of the 1st layer of Liberty, APC’s Brown Glaze was applied and it was finished with Top Coat and finally it was waxed! Replaced hardware and cut panels out in door and added tin for a “retro rustic” look! Rock solid dry sink just went to its new home last week!
Double Take Decor in Hamilton, Montana, painted an antique dresser that had lost its luster and was ready for a ‘makeover,’ it was painted with, Nana’s Cupboard and Wild Horses was used on the dresser top, hardware and also dry brushed onto the added raised stencil details!
Nana’s Cupboard will surely make your house feel like home, and we hope you’ll grab a brush and can of Nana’s Cupboard for your next painted piece!
You can see more beautiful painted pieces from our retailers on Facebook and stop in and say hi if your in the neighborhood!
All photos courtesy of retailers