Today's Reimagined Monday features one of those transformations that makes you go"Wow!".
The lovely and creative Kathy of Petticoat Junktion has an antique radio cabinet that had been pieced together over the years. It was pretty in its original state, but WOW!... painted with Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint it is a show-stopper.
Here are excerpts from Kathy's blog:
"She’s a beauty if I do say so myself.
It was love at first sight with Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in Tricycle. That’s Marian’s name for the red. And luckily Tricycle was one of the colors in my sample kit. I must be living right.
This radio cabinet usually sits in my living room. It’s a great display piece for my vintage handmade quilts.
See, looks great with quilts in it!"
"I loved the way the paint just chipped off. The look is totally different from distressing a piece of furniture with sandpaper. I think the chippy paint makes the cabinet look more aged, as if the paint had been on there for years, versus the sanded distressed look. What do ya’ll think about the chipping. I really think this is the look I’ve been going for with some of my paint projects but I just didn’t get there because I was sanding the paint off.
What can I say, I just love this cabinet now."
To read more about Kathy's experience using Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint, visit Petticoat Junktion.
♥,Apple Box Boutique
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