American Paint Company's clay based paint with all natural mineral tints makes this such a great color.  This color is available in both a quart and a pot size.


projects with navajo white



blog posts with navajo white

Painting With All Natural Chalk and Clay Paint

At American Paint Company, we offer over 40 beautiful colors to complete your next painting project. Here’s a sampling of what our paintriots transformed this week: Farmhouse Inspired painted this hutch using Voyage and Home Plate. Simple Matters  painted this secretary using Cannonball and Navajo White. Refined and Designed painted this dresser using Beach Glass and {Read More…}

Transforming Furniture with American Paint Company

It’s a beautiful fall week to paint projects!  Look what the paintriots did this week: Brick Street Cottage painted this cute little table using Gunpowder for the base, Limoges and then Treasure Box for the stripes. Not Too Shabby transformed this oak entertainment center into a cute little kitchenette using Shoreline, Navajo White and Cannonball. Treasure {Read More…}

Painting with the Best – American Paint Company

October colors are in abundance this time of year, and here at American Paint Company, there is no shortage of colors! Look at what the paintriots transformed this week! Larkspur Interiors painted this vanity and table using Treasure Box, Tea Cup and Voyage. Trent River Designs  painted this cabinet using Smoke Signal, Home Plate and Clear {Read More…}

American Paint Company and the amazing Chalk and Clay Paint

The weather is changing everywhere and the trees are alive with color! That’s something we have in common.  Check out what our paintriots transformed this week: 4 Quarters Vintage painted this dresser using Lincoln’s Hat and finished with Black Mica and Top Coat. The Painted Dragonfly painted this bench using Sackcloth and finished in Top Coat. Serious {Read More…}

Painting Furniture Using All Natural Chalk and Clay Paint

There are so many projects you can make using our all natural chalk and clay paint. Here is a sampling of what our paintriots did this week: Hello Again  painted this desk in Freedom Road, Home Plate and finished in Hard Coat. Cabin Fever Antiques and Collectibles painted this vanity using Plymouth Rock, Smoke Signal and {Read More…}

Transforming Furniture with Chalk and Clay Paint

The possibilities are endless of ways you can transform furniture with our all natural chalk and clay paint! Look what our paintriots did this week: Junque in My Trunk painted this table using Fireworks Red, Navajo White and finished in Top Coat. The Painted Dragonfly  painted this dresser with a 50/50 mix of Dollar Bill and {Read More…}

Color Fun with American Paint Company Chalk and Clay Paint

Look at the beautiful pieces our American Paint Company retailers/customers painted this week! Unika Custom Creations  painted and crackled this desk using Cannonball over Orange Grove. My Treasure House painted an ombre look on this dressing Uncle Sam, Smoke Signal and Cannonball. The Burd’s Nest married a coffee table and old hutch top and then painted it {Read More…}

From Garage to Gorgeous

I purchased this cabinet a couple of years ago at a yard sale. The woman who was selling it had it in her garage as storage for a number of years so it was pretty beat up.  But she had the original doors and hardware.  It was a nice solid piece and had potential. I had seen a {Read More…}

Painting Furniture Using Chalk and Clay Paint

It’s been a beautiful week to paint using American Paint Company’s all natural chalk and clay paint.  Look what has been transformed!   Shangri-La Lane painted this hutch using Beach Glass and Fireworks Red. 4 Quarters Timeless Vintage painted this dresser using Home Plate and finished in Top Coat. Shizzle Design painted this buffet using a rainbow {Read More…}

Fresh Painted Furniture Using American Paint Company Chalk and Clay Paint

Do you have any furniture in need of a fresh look?  Get inspired and check out these beautiful transformations done with American Paint Company’s all natural chalk and clay paint! The Old Store painted this dresser using Amber Waves of Grain.  Missing a drawer?  No problem!  Just add baskets! Shangri-La Lane painted this table using Treasure Box. {Read More…}

A Dresser Transformed Using 6 Colors From American Paint Company

This project is a dresser transformed with six colors from American Paint Company: Uncle Sam Navajo White Heaven’s Light Parchment Amber Waves of Grain and A-maizing. Then Paint, paint, blend paint, blend, blend paint, blend, paint, blend until just right. At this point I contemplated leaving the piece as is,  or adding a stencil. As much {Read More…}

Painting Furniture with American Paint Company Chalk and Clay Paint

Painting furniture made easy just for you using American Paint Company chalk and clay all natural paint.  Check out what our paintriots transformed this week! Consignments Plus painted this dresser using Twigs and Twine painted this cart using Nana’s Cupboard and finished in Dark Wax. The Painted Dragonfly painted this table using a 50/50 mix of Rushmore {Read More…}

Transforming Furniture Using American Paint Company All Natural Paint

Have you used our ALL natural, EASY to distress, GORGEOUS colors, chalk and clay based paints yet? Look at what beautiful finishes can be created. Rustic Touch painted this cabinet using Liberty, Home Plate and finishing in Clear Wax. Trent River Designs painted this beautiful desk using Home Plate finished with Clear and Dark Wax. Village {Read More…}

Painted Furniture Using an All Natural Chalk and Clay Paint

What a glorious summer week to paint furniture!  Look what our paintriots have done this time: Village Furniture painted this armoire using Limoges, and a mix of browns with Navajo White. Mainely Vintage painted this table using layers of Cannonball, Beach Glass, Tumbleweed, Heaven’s Light and Desert Cactus. Junque in My Trunk painted this dresser using Treasure {Read More…}

Painted Furniture Using American Paint Company

One of the best features of our natural chalk and clay paint is being able to work indoors safely!  Whether you are braving the heat in your air conditioned palace or trying to stay warm inside, you can paint with no fumes!  Check out what our paintriots having transformed. Restyled Vintage Designs painted this dresser using {Read More…}

Painting Furniture with American Paint Company’s All Natural Chalk and Clay Paint

Our paintriots have been busy transforming furniture using our all natural chalk and clay paint. Look at the beautiful finishes painted with American Paint Company paint. The Painted Dragonfly painted this desk using Smoke Signal and Surfboard and finished with Clear Wax. Twice Nice painted this dresser in a subway station style using Lincoln’s Hat and Navajo {Read More…}

Facebook Friday #20

It’s a great weekend to paint something with American Paint Company‘s all natural chalk and clay paint! Check out what our paintriots transformed this week! Village Furniture painted this dry sink using Limoges and Dollar Bill. Twigs and Twine painted this dresser using National Forest, Beach Glass and Dollar Bill. A Family Affair painted these tables using Wild {Read More…}

Facebook Friday #19

American Paint Company offers a beautiful chalk and clay, all natural paint and our paintriots create beauty using it to transform old furniture.  Look and see what they’ve done this week! Painted Past Designs painted this dresser using Cannonball, Purple Mountain Majesty and finished with Black Mica in Clear Wax. Deep Creek Vintage transformed this sideboard {Read More…}

Facebook Friday #18

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 painted this dresser using Smoke Signal, Peacock, Top Coat and Dark Glaze. Trent River Designs perked up this lamp with a new shade and painted over tarnished brass {Read More…}

Transforming Furniture – You’re a Grand Old Flag

We all likely learned the flag salute as school children, pledged our allegiance to it every day in class and learned about the symbolism of each star, stripe and color. I recently had the opportunity to learn some lesser known facts about Old Glory, such as what are the overall dimensions of the flag, how {Read More…}

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