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.


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Who, What, Where Wednesday – All Things New Again

Hi! I’m Courtney. These are my parents, Dave and Cathy Prebich, owners of All Things New Again, a furniture and paint boutique. My parents started woodworking as a hobby in the 1980’s. Because they do everything with gusto, they soon had more shelves than wall space and more holiday decorations than they could give away {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 – A Cabinet Re-doodle

Sometimes (ok– a lot of times!) I can’t decide how to paint a piece of furniture so it just sits in my garage waiting for inspiration to strike. I didn’t have to wait for this handmade vintage cabinet. The moment I saw it, I immediately knew two things. 1. That pink top and those purple/white {Read More…}

Facebook Friday #16

The power to create is a strong one and our paintriots are transforming furniture with our all natural chalk and clay based paints!  Look what they have done now: Altar’d Market painted this dresser with a custom mix of Coral Reef and Cameo. The custom colors continue with Ivy Lane mixing this one up using Orange {Read More…}

Who, What, Where Wednesday – Vintage Market & Paint Studio

Hello, my name is Tina, and I was born and raised in Mississippi, but I have made my home in Alabama for the last 17 years. I received my degree in Interior Design from Mississippi State University and over the years I have worked as a free lance designer and decorator along with raising my {Read More…}

Painting a Brick Fireplace – From Drab to Fab

One of our customers, Michelle, really wanted a big change in her living room and knew it needed to start here at our shop!  She made a visit to Wirthy Treasures to select the perfect paint color from American Paint Company’s wide array of hues.   She was looking for a more natural paint finish {Read More…}

Re-imagining Furniture – Giving New Life to a Table

I found a small Queen Anne leg table that at first glance was made from oak. Once I had it home and really looked it over, I noticed that the top had a wavy appearance. I was contemplating what I was going to do about that when I discovered the top was a glued down {Read More…}

Facebook Friday #12

Our paintriots are busy creating beautiful finishes using American Paint Company chalk and clay paint!  Look at what has been transformed this week: Distressed Nest made this custom shelf for a client and finished it with Dollar Bill and stain for the top shelf. Lock & Key Treasures painted this cupboard with Born on the 4th {Read More…}

How To Fix Bleed Through when Chalk Painting Furniture

How To Fix Bleed Through when Chalk Painting Furniture Kate K. gives us a walk through on How To Fix Bleed Through when Chalk Painting Furniture. This is her story. I had this piece sitting around for a long while, waiting for both time and inspiration to come.  It was an old piece and had seen {Read More…}

All Natural Paint Finishes – A Close-Up Look

There’s nothing like a good paint makeover, especially when it is done using American Paint Company’s all natural chalk and clay paint! No acrylic, latex or synthetic paint here! Just all natural yumminess!  Check out these beautiful finishes created with our chalk and clay paint. Youngest of Nine Designs created this finish using Surfboard over {Read More…}

Repurposing Furniture – From Dresser to Media Center

This is a piece we got from Love Inc Lake County Southwest.  They are a charity organization that we work with.  Occasionally they get a piece of furniture that isn’t suitable to pass on to those in need.  Rustic Touch has partnered with them and takes their unwanted pieces.  We refinish them and sell them {Read More…}

Makeover Monday – Before and After

They say that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” and this definitely rings true with wood furniture.  Even though scratched and worn, some see wood grain that shouldn’t be covered and others see a canvas waiting to be painted.  If you ever want to create controversy and don’t want to talk politics, just {Read More…}

American Paint Company – More Close-up Color

It’s time for another close-up!  Be inspired! Shizzle Design used Home Turf and Beach Glass to create this finish. Fabulous Finishes  used Cannonball, Waistcoat and Dark Wax to finish this. Painted Past painted this using Limoges, Peacock, and Brown and Black Glaze. Feather & Nest painted this frame using Sackcloth, Crushed Tea, Treasure Box and Voyage.  Distressed Nest finished {Read More…}

Facebook Friday #7

Well, it’s been another great week of beautiful projects finished by our paintriots.  Here’s some inspiration to LOVE on Valentine’s Day: Salvaged Decor in Michigan painted this hutch using Heaven’s Light (retired), Gun Powder and finished in Clear Wax with Pewter Mica. The Old Store finished this oak office chair with Fireworks Red. Youngest of Nine Designs finished {Read More…}

Facebook Friday #5

One of the best features of our natural chalk and clay paint is being able to work indoors safely!  Brrrr, it’s cold everywhere!  Stay warm and check out what the paintriots did this week! Restyled Vintage Designs painted this dresser using Freedom Road and Plymouth Rock. 4 Quarters Timeless Vintage painted and stenciled this table using {Read More…}

Facebook Friday #3

It’s a wonderful time to rethink your interiors and the paintriots can show you just how easy and beautiful using our chalk/clay/mineral paint can be!  Get inspired: Junque  in My Trunk painted this china cabinet with Peacock over Voyage, Coral Reef and Beach Glass. The inside was painted using Voyage, Top Coat and then Dark Wax. {Read More…}

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