Surfboard is a perfect shade of blue, reminiscent of a warm day at the beach with your favorite surfboard! There’s a little kid inside all of us wanting to come out and play in the surf, so grab a can of Surfboard and paint something! You’re going to love it!
Our retailers are excited to share a few of their favorite pieces painted in American Paint Company’s Surfboard.
Simply Vintage by the Sea shares four pieces with us. First, Surfboard was used for a lovely pedestal table and an end table, both were lightly distressed exposing some of the natural wood and character!
A wooden bead board whale cutout looks perfect in Surfboard!
All Things New Again painted a wooden magazine organizer with Surfboard and lightly distressed it to add visual interest and the natural wood. We love it!
The Vintage Dames in Harrisburg, PA, painted this Antique desk chair with Sackcloth and Surfboard. Desert Cactus mixed with Clear Glaze was used on the legs… Top waxed with a Faux Leather Like seat… Dark Glazed over top of Sackcloth. Wonderful transformation!
Also painted by The Vintage Dames, is a round drum vintage table painted with Sackcloth and Surfboard! A Pennsylvania Map is decoupaged to the top and finished with Clear Wax!
This unusual dresser was painted by The Green Room Vintage Furniture Gallery in Bonita Springs, FL, using Surfboard and distressed the piece exposing the character & natural wood, finishing with Clear and Dark Wax. Surfboard is a popular color choice for this seaside retail location!
Ivy Lane used a Surfboard wash over Freedom Road for this table and the base of table is Spacious Skies!
Stenciled details painted in Surfboard by Ivy Lane!
Surfboard over Fireworks Red = happy!
All framed in Surfboard!
And a wonderful hutch was painted in Surfboard by Ivy Lane complete with metal mesh in place of glass windows making it a special fun piece!
4 Quarters Vintage painted an old panel door with Surfboard, and it is shown in the background of a clients jewelry company’s catalog cover!
Serious Fun Art Studio in Temple Terrace, FL painted a buffet with Surfboard they use in the Serious Fun Art Studio. “This close-up is a buffet I use in my shop Serious Fun Art Studio. I painted the body of it with Surfboard, finished completely with clear wax, then added dark wax in the details. The top is my “faux zinc” look with American Paint Company strokes of Freedom Road (black), Smoke Signal, Hard Coat, and Clear Wax tinted with Limoges.” Oh my goodness this is a unique and beautiful finish!
We love each of the pieces our retailer have shared and you can see more of their work on Facebook.
All photos courtesy of retailers