Check out this bed I painted in less than a day. You’re not going to believe how easy it is to transform this entire bed in less than a day.
I have to confess… I used chalk paint on this bed. WHY? It’s easy to use, dries fast, easy cleanup and no prep. Oh Ya! And did I mention you can use it on just about any surface, even wrought iron.
I used about ½ a quart of paint on this entire bed. It truly goes a long way. Just rip a small piece of sea sponge and dip it into the chalk paint and start dabbing it on. NO Prep required. You may have to go over it twice to get full coverage. I like to make my own chalk paint to save money. Here’s how you can make your own chalk paint.
This is with one coat of paint and it already looks amazing.
If Walls Could Talk, This Beautiful Decorative Finish Would Be the Talk ofthe Town
Certainly this technique is by far one of Interior Decorators and homeowners’ favorite decorative finish. The results are absolutely stunning and it’s especially beautiful on ceilings. For this reason, so many professional decorators and faux finishers rave about LusterStone decorative finish.
October 20, 2018
Cheryl PhanLusterStone – The Perfect Decorative Finish
Before you throw away your old and outdated furniture, you NEED to see this incredible transformation creating weathered look furniture!
Have you ever bought a piece of furniture that you loved when you bought it, but now it just doesn’t go with your new décor? This was one of those pieces. But not for long! Read on to see how I gave this the weathered look.
August 27, 2018
Cheryl PhanCreate the Perfect Weathered Look with Chalky Paint
If you have outdated tile countertops and want to bring them back to life without demolishing your space, you’re going to be absolutely amazed at how easy it is to give your kitchen a fresh new look in just one day.
June 9, 2018
Cheryl PhanPaint Tile Countertops in Three Easy Steps
This such an amazing technique. No two are ever alike.
You can create this on any flat surface. I did this on a plate charger that I bought in thrift store for 99 cents. I have also seen them in the Dollar Store. They also work well on framed canvas, lazy Susie’s and small table tops.