I mentioned in yesterday’s post that I have been working on a very old oak cabinet. I decided to use a relatively new product, General Finishes Chalk Style Paint and chose the color Midnight Blue. I’ve used this paint twice before, once on the Classic Black Dresser and once on the Rembrandt Red Buffet.
The Greige Farmhouse Cabinet is done!
Remember the before?Here is the after!I used Sherwin Williams “Perfect Greige” and mixed it with the Vintage Storehouse Restoration Company chalky powder to create a chalk paint. It adhered nicely. I used 220 to 400 grit to distress and sand it back to smoothness and Annie Sloan clear wax as a sealer.The window panes add even more character to this very vintage piece.