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Getting that Velvety Smooth Finish with Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint

Getting that Velvety Smooth Finish with Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint

I love painting with Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint. I have been using it for quite some time now and know when it’s best used on certain pieces vs using a chalk paint or latex paint or even another brand of milk paint. The truth is….I love many brands of paint and I choose the…Continue Reading

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Yellow Antique Dresser

I remember the first apartment my husband and I had in Madison. Somehow I conned the landlord into painting it colors I chose before we moved in, my very first experience in decorating. Let’s just say I thought I had picked the most perfect colors…maybe one day I’ll share that sweet place with you! Anyway,…Continue Reading

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I Just Love a Great Before & After

I just love a great before and after! I would classify this as farmhouse chic. It’s painted in Miss Mustard Seeds Grain Sack followed by Shutter Gray, the top is refinished in General Finishes Java (my fave!). Up close you can see a little bit of the white coming through the gray, it’s very lovely.…Continue Reading

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Hello Sweet Wardrobe

Hello Sweet Wardrobe

Hello sweet little armoire? Wardrobe? Dresser! It is one of those things. I picked this fantastic piece a couple of weeks ago because I loved the lines and the way the doors open to reveal two more drawers. I can see this piece housing some pretty linens in an open hallway with sunlight pouring in…Continue Reading

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Side Tables I’m Working On

This is one of the side tables that I was working on over the weekend. Aren’t they pretty?? Painted with Miss Mustard Seed’s Artissimo (probably the best blue I’ve ever painted with). I have distressed the edges to bring out the detail. They are sealed with hemp oil and that’s why they’re a touch glossy…Continue Reading

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