This week’s reader submission includes not one but TWO before and afters! Why? because both of the pieces submitted went from busy and dated to simple and chic after their transformation with a little Chalk Paint by Annie Sloan.
Both projects were submitted by Stylish Patina readers and shoppers.
Here is your first before photo, a busy painted buffet – this project was submitted by Stylish Patina reader, Kathleen.
Kathleen painted this piece using Chalk Paint by Annie Sloan in Aubusson Blue. She also used Annie Sloan’s clear wax. You can find both Chalk Paint and all the waxes you need to transform your pieces in our online shop, here.
And here is the after of Kathleen’s transformation!
We love that this piece went from busy to simple and chic.
Next up we have a project from Stylish Patina reader and shopper Susan. This was Susan’s first project, here is the before of the dated dresser she transformed.
Susan painted this dresser using Chalk Paint in Old White. It is her daughter’s dresser and was in need of an update, “It really looks like a different piece of furniture,” said Susan.
Here is the after of Susan’s dresser transformation.
You can purchase all the DIY products Susan and Kathleen used to transform their pieces in our online shop – we ship all throughout the US!
Also, if you want to sharpen your paint skills or would like to start transforming furniture – join us for our basic paint class Saturday August 2nd 9am-11am! In this class you will learn all about our two paint lines – Chalk Paint by Annie Sloan and Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint. The class is two hours long and you’ll get to play with each line and well as work with waxes. Click here to register now for the class, spots fill quickly!
If you’d like to share your latest DIY project, submit photos and your story using this handy form on our website, your project could be featured on our blog.
Don’t forget Rough Luxe is this weekend! Come see us Friday & Saturday 10am-5pm and Sunday 12pm-5pm at the warehouse located at 138 W Jefferson St in Falls Church.