CHALK PAINT PROJECTS

VANITY

The paint used for this project was Valspar country gray chalk paint. It was then sealed with antique wax to give it an old antique style finish. The base of the vanity was an old antique vanity found at a flea market. The mirror was taken from an antique dresser that was repurposed for a dining room buffet. Once the two were combined it made a beautiful piece that will last for years.

TV STAND

The paint used for this project was Valspar country gray chalk paint. It was then sealed with antique wax to give it an old antique style finish.  This TV stand was originally a china cabinet that was repurposed. All the doors were removed and the whole piece was painted country gray.

ANTIQUE BED

The paint used for this project was valspar Linen white. It was painted and then slightly distressed to give it an old feel, i.e...something that might get banged up over the years from use. This piece is a bed that was handed down from mother to daughter and is now being enjoyed by another generation.

BARNWOOD TOP CUBBIES

The paint used was valspar Linen white, Country gray and Charcoal gray. The outer portion of the piece was painted with a base coat of country gray. Then white Linen was lightly applied over the gray. The inside of the cubbies were painted with the darker charcoal gray and then while still wet, the Linen white was applied to give it a gray/white streak. Once the paint was dry, barnwood was added to the top.

END TABLE

The paint used was valspar Linen white and serenity blue.  This end table was originally red....including the top. The paint was completely sanded off the wood but not the legs. The red was kept as a base coat and the serentiy blue was applied on top. Once it was sanded, the red started showing through making this a very unique piece. The wood was whitewashed with the Linen white.

Please reload

If you have a project that you did using valspar  or Rustoleum chalk paint, and you  bought  the paint from Windham Lumber, let us see it!  Who know's...your pic may end up on the website!

If you would like to submit a picture,

send it to:

windhamlumber@gmail.com

or click the link below

Please include a short description,

the type of paint you used and the story behind the piece.

Copyright 2018 Windham Lumber Co Inc.

  • w-facebook
  • Twitter Clean
  • w-googleplus