More frames? Surely not you say!
Yep. I bought more. I promise all of these did not come from under my bed.
Freshening a frame or mirror with paint is such an easy project and the results are amazing. Add some burlap detail or some seasonal fabric to “kick it up a notch” as Emeril says.
Here are the frames before. I painted these in the Owen Workshop. I love our workshop. I’m so happy we had it built.
It’s going to take a lot of painted frames to pay for it !!!!!!
I used to sit on the hard concrete floor of our carport and paint. Now I can put these frames and other things on the sawhorses and plywood my Technical Specialist (aka hubby) put together. With this set-up, I can move my work area around if I need to. I also have plenty of floor space for storing and painting my furniture pieces.
When a highly detailed vintage frame is in good condition I just dry-brush a little paint on for an amazing affect. It takes about two minutes and is super easy.
I’m working on some furniture pieces too, really.
I have a custom piece in process and another piece with CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk/Clay paint.
I should have the CeCe piece ready for a photo shoot tomorrow and the custom piece later in the week.
Would love to hear what you think of the frames.
Have a great week.
Tags: burlap, paint, painted frames, painted mirrors