END TABLE projects with APC



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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…}

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…}

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…}

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…}

Painted Tables Using All Natural Chalk and Clay Paint

What better way to give tables a new life than with American Paint Company’s all natural chalk and clay paint? Check out these beautiful makeovers! What table do you have waiting to be painted with all natural chalk and clay paint?  

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…}

Who, What, Where Wednesday – Paint Me Beautiful

My name is Jodie  and I am living my DREAM! I have been painting for 20+ years, interior, exterior, commercial and residential.  I expanded my realm of service to interior decorating and started painting, updating and repurposing items in the home to reflect the clients personality in their space.  My basement and garage quickly filled up {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…}

Painting Furniture – A Farm Table

Do you remember that scene in The Wizard of Oz where the house lands on top of the wicked witch and all you see are her legs sticking out with those fabulous ruby slippers? Well, I found a fabulous pair of legs sticking out just like that underneath a pile of furniture in my daughter Courtney’s garage! {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…}

Facebook Friday #13

Time to be inspired and pick up that paint brush! Our paintriots are always busy transforming pieces with American Paint Company’s amazing chalk and clay paint, showing you how easy and beautiful it is to use this all natural paint. Let’s get this party started with a dresser decoupaged and painted with Freedom Road, Plymouth {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…}

Who, What, Where Wednesday – The Old Store

The Old Store wasn’t our dream, it was our inheritance. Originally started as a “space filler” in an historic building long sought after by our father for his mechanic shop, our mother thought the front, where the old general store was, would be a great place for a little antique store. We worked with our {Read More…}

Who, What, Where Wednesday – 4 Quarters Timeless Vintage

Paths are worn between the houses of Janet, Marian, Sandy, and Misty.  We’ve all memorized each other’s garage codes. Simply put, we are friends and neighbors who enjoy junking, shopping, and creating together! We’ve all had other jobs (art teacher, travel agents, nurse) but thought it would be fun to do something with those creative ideas that we {Read More…}

Who, What, Where Wednesday – Brick Street Cottage

My name is Lisa  I own Brick Street Cottage.  I have a confession, I love junk! That’s right, junk! Not for the fact that it is junk in it’s current state, but for it’s potential. My first junk project was at the age of 12, it was an old stop sign that I salvaged from {Read More…}

Facebook Friday #9

The winter weather in most places has not slowed our paintriots down!  They are busy painting indoors, if needed, safely using our natural chalk and clay based paints!  Here’s what they have created this week. Vintage Charm Restored painted this buffet with a custom mix created with Surfboard, Home Plate, Rushmore and Home Turf. Simply Beautiful {Read More…}

This n’ That Thursday – Mini Makeovers

I love rescuing beat-up, banged-up, tossed aside old furniture. I happily head out to flea markets, yard sales and auctions with an eye for finding the saddest little table or chairs that nobody else wants, bringing them home and making them beautiful again with a little help from American Paint Company‘s all-natural clay chalk and mineral paints. But {Read More…}

Who, What, Where Wednesday – Jersey Shore Cottage

My name is Donna.  I’m an original Jersey girl, who had left the state but now has returned. When I came back, I had no job. I have always wanted to have my own business, so I decided to go back to school since. I took a marketing class and listened to the questions asked {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…}

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