May 11, 2017 – What a great night last night with a fun group of women. I have serious workshop envy with the shop we painted in last night. Full bar, huge sinks, bathroom, lots of space, tables, you name it, it was there.
The items brought in to paint were unique and it was fun to see the ideas ffor the pieces forming and final projects. We may be doing a repeat here this summer.
old school desk – remember these? Missouri Limestone Paint Company “Cupboard Green” on the seat blends well with the rusty legs. A “Cupboard Green” wash on the back brings out the carvings. : )
See the ratchet piece under the top. This table adjusts in height. Very clever. Painted with Missouri Limestone Paint Company “Clothesline” and then distressed, it is beautiful!
This was a family heirloom that needed a new look. Painted with Missouri Limestone Paint Company “January” and “Cupboard Green” then distressed, it will look great in a farmhouse styled space.
This unusual piece is an antique plant stand of some kind. Just one coat of Missouri Limestone Paint Company Rural America brought out the wood grain beautifully. A little more distressing and wax – it is now a stunning piece of art.
This table base is painted with Missouri Limestone Paint Company “Grannie’s Lace” and is now waiting for a new table top.