Posts Categorized: #chandelier

Into the Wild

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  Fresco Lime paint is made for walls, but I like to use it on furniture, too. In this case, my french, wrought iron chandelier in my kitchen, painted a few years ago with Duck Egg Blue Chalk Paint. I loved it, but I’m slowly moving out of my blue phase and into neutrals. White Rhino,… Read more »

Some Things Need No Paint


  This was my first Craig’s List purchase, a vintage brass chandelier. And amazingly it still hangs in my dining room, unchanged (unpainted),  1 year later.   But others do. French Curves a Chandelier in the Kitchen a DIY Faux Mercury Glass   If you have an old or new lighting fixture that needs improvement with paint, check… Read more »

Pop of Red

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  This week when the temperature briefly hit 50+ degrees, I was able to get to some projects that required spray paint. As much as I love Chalk Paint, when I want a smooth glossy finish, spray paint is the way to go. And Rustoleum is my favorite brand. It has a large selection of… Read more »

Brass Chandelier Makeover and a Surprise Delivery

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  This week I posted  all three parts to our new tutorial series, where we take a brass chandelier and transform it with Chalk Paint. I thought I would share a  a few more photos from the process. This is one from before   and here is a close up of the after      … Read more »

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