This is one of those projects that happened as an afterthought. A little bit of paint left on your brush…….you know how that goes, paint is too expensive to waste:) This mirror, (original post), used to be a similar color, but darker, painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®, Paris Grey, French Linen, Louis Blue and Old White. I wanted a lighter, brighter version.
Using Pure & Original’s Fresco Lime Paint, I painted a solid coat of White Rhino using vertical strokes, and lightly sanded with a 400 grit sanding sponge just to bring out the range of tone. I could have stopped there but I added a few more highlights by lightly dry brushing with Fresco in Ashes. A little gilding wax for gold accents, and I was finished. No wax or sealer needed, the whole project took less than an hour. I know! This paint is magic. You really have to see it in person to fully appreciate it’s richness. If you are looking to try it out, there’s a link on the sidebar to the Pure & Original website for the US.
Mirrors bring light and expanse of space to any room. For more ideas with mirrors, be sure to check to check out these posts: Step by Step Trumeau Mirror, DIY Sunburst Mirror, and Inspired by Pottery Barn