Facebook Friday #21

Another week has gone by and it is getting colder many places!  Good thing our paintriots can continue to create beautiful treasures indoors with our all natural zero VOC chalk/clay paint and with no hazardous chemicals in our finishes.  Here’s a few things they’ve been working on.

This gorgeous buffet was painted/presented by Houston Faux using Home Plate and Dollar Bill.

625585_10202597230398808_1834256594_nThe Mill at Gibsonville painted this old cart in Lincoln’s Hat and then decoupaged it with the American flag.


Ivy Lane painted this sideboard in Amber Waves of Grain and Smoke Signal.


All Things New Again painted this dresser in Navajo White.


A Piece of the Pie Frames painted this cute little chair in Heaven’s Light and Home Plate.


Rusty Chippy Hippy in North Carolina painted this little corner table in Navajo White.


The Old Store painted this entertainment center with Beach Glass, Smoke Signal and Lincoln’s Hat.


Upcycled Vintage Charm painted this pie safe with Amber Waves of Grain.  Check out the cute dog head knobs!


The Painter’s Roost painted this cute desk using Momma’s Lipstick and Uncle Sam.


Denebi Designs painted this little table with Smoke Signal and finished it with Black Mica in wax.


What will you be inspired to paint this week?



  1. Athena Parrish says

    I am doing a large desk in Lincoln’s Hat with dark wax finish. If I steel wool the finish before waxing it looks like a grey,if I wax right over the surface it looks dark olive green.

    • mm American Paint Company says

      We have not encountered this happening, there may be a reaction of a finish underneath what you painted. In the future, when you paint with the back or other dark colors, the colors will deepen when waxed or finished.

  2. Karin Hurt says

    My daughter is coming to AZ this spring to re-finish our dining room table. She has painted many pieces with this paint but I’d like to see more color samples than what you show here, do you have more of a variety? How durable is the paint?

    • mm American Paint Company says

      The paint is as durable as any other painted finish you would use. All surfaces are susceptible to gouges and scratches. It is best to place protective felt pads on the bottom of any scratchy metal item that would be placed on the table and always use place mats or other protective items as you would for any wood surface.

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