Posts Categorized: #sideboard

Get Your Black On

  Painting only part of this vintage sideboard, emphasizes the warmth of the natural finish and creates a lovely accent. Using Pure & Original’s Classico, chalk based paint, in Black, I painted select areas and left the the edges and carvings exposed. Another technique often used is to paint the entire piece and  then, use… Read more »

Pine Sideboard

    This has been a crazy week. We have been scouting out flea markets and thrift stores for  pieces we can use in the videos next week.  The plan is for me to take 8 different projects from start to finish over 3 consecutive days of filming. I just hope I can complete everything…. Read more »

Experiment in Pink

a Is there a way to make pink a little less feminine?  I think so and here is how I do it.  I choose a piece with simple, straight forward lines and style, like this sideboard. The plain panel doors, lack of carvings and ornate trim, and round wooden knobs make for a good match… Read more »

Country Sideboard

    This charming country sideboard, found on,  serves as inspiration for warm white color palette. Using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® on a vintage table and cabinet will give you a similar style.  Old White and Old Ochre will supply the overall white foundation layer. Add Coco for shadows and touches of Antoinette for… Read more »

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