This chair was in great shape and just needed a pop of color. The shelf was missing a back, among other things, and was really rickety. My technical specialist (hubby) hammered in a few nails and fixed it right up.
I painted all of these pieces in one spurt of energy and I completed them in less than 2 days including drying times and the photo shoot. It is such a time saver painting several things at once, especially when using the same color for all.
This trunk is solid wood and made by hand. The chest of drawers is also wood but is covered with lots scars and scratches. I piled up all I could find to paint including baskets, frames, and odds and ends.
The chest of drawers and trunk are all set for distressing. The paint dries fast and bonds tight so I use an electric sander and usually 60 grit sandpaper. The sander makes quick work of the job.
Cane back chairs are so pretty. All this one needed was a pretty paint job and new fabric seat.
I think the chair turned out nice what do ya’ll think? The more I look at the chair, the more I like it!
I just painted this little bench willy nilly. It is a redwood color and the color works well with the aqua blue. I painted lots of picture frames again. These are so easy to do and make a big statement.