Milk Paint is a lot like me. If given the opportunity, it will ALWAYS do it’s own thing… and I couldn’t be more THRILLED with how this piece distressed itself!
There’s a whole lot of chippy goodness here!
Restyled in a chic-chippy finish using a 50/50 custom mix: Miss Mustard Seed’s Mustard Yellow and Old Fashioned Milk Paint’s Buttermilk. I’m loving this soft buttery glow.
Numbered drawer details were transferred on using my office ink jet printer and regular old wax paper.
The gorgeous top is stained with General Finishes Colonial Maple Gel Stain and top coated with Minwax Tung Oil. Next time I promise to wipe my finger prints off before shooting this close up…lol.
Finally, the entire dresser was protected in three coats of General Finishes High Performance Water Based Flat. PERFECTION!
If you missed yesterdays post where I show how I repaired this dressers leg (and the before pic) you can see it here.
Also, I’d love to hear what you think of the chippy look in the comments below.
Have an amazing day and happy painting!
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