I love the silky smooth feel of this piece. Seriously can’t keep my hands off it. Sounds weird right? But it’s true. It’s hard for me to walk through a store and NOT touch the furniture. What can I say?
This painted furniture makeover is basic chalk painting in it’s simplest form. I literally mixed two whites from Old Town Paint’s over the black, wet distressed it, sealed with clear wax and voila! I’m thinking it was Old Town Cream and Vintage White, or it might be Linen? I seriously can’t remember. I had a tiny bit left in two different cans and I wanted to finish them up.
It’s a cool piece though. Silky smooth because I lightly wet distressed the entire piece and because Old Town Paint in and of itself is so silky. The color looks a little bit golden in these outdoor pictures because the sun was going down…. FAST!
It’s a great size and so functional in any room. I almost kept it for myself because it could have worked in so many different spots in my own home but it’s for sale in our space within Changing Thymes in Grandville, Michigan. Changing Thymes is located at 2900 Wilson Avenue, Grandville Michigan, 49418. We’re in the main room, 2nd aisle about 2/3rds of the way down. To check on availability, email me at email@example.com. It’s got a red hot price on it and is sure to go quickly.
***** SALE ALERT!!! Saturday, Oct 14, 2017 *****
Not So Shabby’s Customer Appreciation Sale!
Most items in the store are 20% off (some exclusions)
some items marked 30-50% off
STOCK UP ON PAINT SUPPLIES!
Paints, brushes, finishes, sealers and paint supplies 10% off!
All furniture and home decor in my booth at Not So Shabby will be 20% off!!!
Were talking HUGE savings!
But you have to be quick, this sale is only one day,
Saturday, October 14 from 10-5
2975 West Shore Drive, Holland, MI 49424
Here’s some of the pieces just brought in. Prices are marked firm but for this one special day,
even these pieces of furniture will be priced at 20% off!
Hope to see you there!! I hope to be there in the morning painting. If you have any questions please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
a hui hou!