I enjoyed visiting with family from Arkansas for a few days.
Lots of talking, eating, and playing with the children…..two, 2 year olds……craziness!!
What about you guys? How was your weekend?
Since I didn’t get a furniture project finished, as hoped, I’m sharing 3 previous makeovers.
Of the emails I get pertaining to paint projects, the metallic paint finishes get the most attention.
Readers want to know what type of paint I use, if I use primer, how I get an aged affect, etc.
I use Glidden Grey Gripper Primer also from Home Depot.
The toner I use for the aged affect is Caromal Colours Toner that I retail at the booth in Clarksville.
I mixed my metals for this piece.
Metallic Gold and Metallic Silver mixed together for a softer look.
The pair of nightstands painted with Martha Stewart Precious Metals in Mirror Finish and aged with brown toner, seems to be the fan favorite!
That is to say, I get lots of questions about the products used and the technique.
update 3/2/2014 Many of you encountered problems when trying to order the Toner from the company online so I am now selling the toner on Etsy. Just click the photo below.
You can fit a bit of metallic anywhere in the home.
I might even call it a neutral color.
Or not……I’m not an interior decorator.
What do you think.
Metallics in your home….or not?
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