A China Cabinet Paint Makeover (and A Little Decoupage Too!)

If you found this outdated china cabinet, would you buy it?

I did!

The 1970’s Fake Wood and avocado green backsplash might have scared away some people, but not me.

I knew at first glance this baby was the perfect candidate for a china cabinet paint makeover. (And a little decoupage too!)

Don’t believe me?

Look at this updated china cabinet now!

I decided right away that I would paint this china cabinet and decoupage the backsplash.

We are now selling decoupage papers at our store All Things New Again in Leesburg, Virginia (and here in our online store).

What I couldn’t decide was which beautiful pattern of decoupage paper to choose?

I narrowed it down to three … and asked my Furniture Painting Friday Friends which one they liked best. Furniture Painting Friday is our free weekly “mini” paint lesson. We do a live video over on our All Things New Again Facebook Page every Friday at 12 noon (eastern). This china cabinet paint makeover happened over several weeks and with a lot of help from our viewers who voted on different design decisions along the way.

I think they made great choices—starting with the decoupage paper!

Here are my

Tips for Decoupaging Paper Napkins Onto Furniture.

(If you use decoupage paper instead of napkins, you can skip Step #2.)

Before applying the decoupage paper, I painted over all of that avocado green with Dixie Belle Paint Company’s Blueberry just to freshen it up a bit. Blueberry is the same color I used on the shelves and interior walls before glazing with Unicorn SPiT.I usually create bold patterns with Unicorn SPiT (like this) but on the china cabinet paint makeover, I wanted a softer look. I practiced on a sample board first before painting, glazing and waxing the shelves.

Here’s the video tutorial showing how I created this look:

Finally, my china cabinet paint makeover needed a little paint! I used Dixie Belle Paint Company products, the chalk/mineral paint we sell at All Things New Again and use in our monthly Learn How to Paint Furniture class.

The nice thing about Dixie Belle is it S-T-I-C-K-S to all of that 1970’s Fake Wood with minimal prep work. You do have to give it extra cure time on slicker surfaces, but the wait is worth it. Bye-bye 1970’s Fake Wood!

I painted the details with Blueberry, the same color from the interior. After it dried, I painted over the entire outside with Cotton, one of Dixie Belle’s new colors. Then I distressed to reveal a little bit of blue here and there, sanding down to the bare wood in some places.

Here’s our referral link to Dixie Belle’s products if you want to check it out.


And here’s the china cabinet again!

I’m so glad I didn’t let a little avocado green and 1970’s Fake Wood scare me. I love how the china cabinet paint makeover turned out!

~ Courtney

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All Things New Again is a family-owned furniture and paint boutique in Leesburg, Virginia, about an hour or so west of Washington, D.C. We sell hand-painted furniture, several lines of paint for your next DIY project, and offer fun painting classes and workshops. Stop by the next time you are in town!

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15 Awesome Gift Ideas for Your Favorite Furniture Painter

15 Awesome Gift Ideas For Your Favorite Furniture Painter

Looking for the perfect present for your Favorite Furniture Painter?

We have lots of great gift ideas! Then we asked our Furniture Painter Friends what was on their holiday wish lists … and they came up with even more great gift ideas. (#8 is on MY list now!)

Holiday Gift Guide for Furniture Painters

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1. Paint

Let’s start with the obvious. Paint is the perfect gift for furniture painters! Sample size paints for most brands are usually around $10. Stock up on their favorite colors—or try something new.

Dixie Belle Paint Company is the no-VOC chalk/mineral paint we sell at our store All Things New Again in Leesburg, Virginia. Dixie Belle offers 60 beautiful colors along with all kinds of fun products to make your next paint project stunning. (The new Patina Collection is one of our favorites!)

Here’s the link to Dixie Belle’s full product line. They ship everywhere.

Can’t decide on a color? Most local paint retailers (including All Things New Again!) offer gift certificates or gift cards. Your Favorite Furniture Painter will love going on a paint shopping spree after the holidays.

2. Adjustable Rolling Stool

Your Favorite Furniture Painter’s back and knees will thank you for this awesome gift. Seriously.

This is the rolling stool we use in our studio. It is sturdy, rolls nicely and can hold up to 300 pounds. Plus it has a handy tray on bottom for holding supplies.

Our only complaint is the seat pops off sometimes if you pick it up by the seat. It’s easy to get back on.

Here’s a fancier adjustable rolling stool option with a handle built into the seat and a tray that spins around to easily reach all of your supplies. We haven’t tried this stool out, but it gets good reviews, is rated up to 400 pounds and looks pretty comfy.

Dear Mom, Don’t freak out! I’m not *actually* painting the vintage dresser you’ve been working on all week. It’s just a Dramatic Re-Creation so people can see how nicely the adjustable rolling stool works for painting furniture.

3. Portable Work Bench

This is the little work bench I use out in my garage. One is great for small projects like side tables or chairs. Use two to support larger projects. Mine are buried underneath a few half-painted projects right now. (OK–more than a few.) But they are lightweight to move around and fold up to store out of the way when not in use. I assembled mine all by myself and only said a few bad words so the assembly wasn’t too hard. 🙂

4. Unicorn SPiT

You read that right. Unicorn SPiT. It’s a non-toxic rainbow gel stain and glaze … and Your Favorite Furniture Painter can create some amazing looks with it! New paint products are always fun gifts for furniture painters, especially if it is something they have wanted to try for awhile. You can see our tutorials on several Unicorn SPiT techniques here, here and here … and you can buy it right here in our online store.

If you live near All Things New Again in Leesburg, Virginia, you can register your Favorite Furniture Painter for our Introduction to Unicorn SPiT Class. We’re the only store in the Northern Virginia/metro DC area offering Unicorn SPiT training. 

5. Furniture Painting University Membership

Furniture Painting University is a subscription-based online training site for furniture artists.

Each week members receive a new in-depth video tutorial along with product discounts and tons of information on staging and selling painted furniture. (And occasionally you get to see my Dad and me—we’re both FPU instructors!)

Whether your Favorite Furniture Painter is just getting started or has been doing this awhile, there are always new techniques to learn and new products to try. I learn so much from Furniture Painting University. Memberships are $19.97 per month.

6. Paint Sprayer

I used to have a lot of excuses why I didn’t want to use a paint sprayer … then I tried one! (You can read about my first paint sprayer experience here.) It was easy to figure out, easy to clean up and created a beautiful smooth finish.

A paint sprayer is a huge time saver, especially on large jobs or any chair with a million spindles.  This HomeRight Sprayer is a nice “starter sprayer” because it is lightweight and does not require a separate air compressor.

7. Spray Paint Tent

I have a confession to make. (Don’t tell my mom.) She gave me a Spray Paint Tent like this one for Christmas last year. I put it in my garage to use when the weather got warmer. It’s still out there. Somewhere. I sprayed directly on my lawn all summer. (Don’t tell my husband.) Never mind. The grass is purple. They both already know. I promise to find my spray paint tent and use it in 2018. Pinkie swear.

8. Hydraulic Table Cart

Do you struggle to move furniture into and out of your vehicle? Then check this out. Game changer.

9. Shop Vacuum

A shop vacuum is a must-have item for furniture painters. This 6-gallon wet/dry vac from Craftsman is nice because it is not too big, not too small.

10. Nail/Staple Gun + Air Compressor

I use my pneumatic nail gun for many furniture makeover projects, including repairing or replacing the backs of dressers and creating pallet wood tabletops. (Just be careful around vintage china cabinets! You can read about that debacle here.)

I was a little intimidated by my nail gun at first, but I’m over that now. Before nailing into any project, I practice on scrap wood to get the adjustment just right.

The stapler is awesome for re-covering fabric on chair seats. It is so much easier to just pa-ching, pa-ching the staples in place with one hand instead of wearing your hands out squeezing an old-school stapler.

This is the Combo Kit I have. It’s nice because it comes with the air compressor and everything you need to get started. The nail and staple guns that come with it are heavy-duty enough for all of my furniture repairs.

11. Multi-tool

I bought a multi-tool for my husband last Christmas and I use it WAY more than he does!

It is light-weight and easy to swap out attachments. I love the flush-cut saw for furniture repairs. You can make quick cuts in some weird angles without dragging out a big saw. The sander attachment is also handy. We use the metal blade to trim screws on hardware.

This Multi-Tool Kit from Dremel is nice because it includes everything you need to get started. Extra saw blades and other attachments make great stocking stuffers.

12. Sanders

If you are a Furniture Painter, then you are a Furniture Sander. There’s no way around it. My go-to sanders for furniture makeovers are a random orbital sander like this one that I use when I need to erase heavy scratches and/or sand a tabletop down to bare wood. My little dust bag thingie popped off and is somewhere out in the garage with my Spray Paint Tent. This random orbital sander looks like it has a more durable dust-collection canister built into it. I haven’t tried it so I don’t know if it is better, but it gets good reviews from people who have used it so I’m putting it on here. I hate sanding dust!

My other go-to sander for furniture makeovers is my little mouse sander. It is lightweight, easy to control and the iron-shaped tip can get into corners and tight spaces where the random orbital sander doesn’t fit. A mouse sander is a great tool and a good sander to start with if you are just getting into furniture painting. You can include extra sandpaper in different grits and dust masks as stocking stuffers.

13. Hand Truck/ Dolly

This may not be the sexiest present ever, but holy-moly is it ever useful!

We love our Cosco 3-in-1 Hand Truck that we use for hauling all kinds of furniture everywhere.

It can be used as a regular ol’ dolly for taller pieces like dressers, but it also has an extra set of wheels that drop down for extra support and stability.

We have two porch steps to maneuver whenever we bring anything into or out of All Things New Again. Those extra wheels really come in handy, especially on heavier furniture! This cart can also convert into a 4-wheel cart.

14. Folding Push Cart/ Hand Truck

Here’s a less expensive—but equally handy!—option for moving and hauling your painted furniture.

We use our folding push cart/hand truck like this one almost daily. It is really useful for moving all kinds of items.

Special thanks to my Dad for moving this buffet TWICE so I could get photos for this Holiday Gift Guide for Furniture Painters!
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After all of that painting and lifting and delivering beautiful painted furniture, it’s time to relax!

Here’s our final Awesome Gift Idea for Your Favorite Furniture Painter ….

15. Massage Gift Certificate

Trust me. Your Favorite Furniture Painter needs it!

~ Courtney

Happy Holidays from all of us at All Things New Again! <3 <3 <3

All Things New Again is a family-owned furniture and paint boutique located in Leesburg, Virginia, about an hour or so west of Washington, D.C. We sell hand-painted furniture, several lines of paint for your next DIY project and offer fun painting classes and workshops. Stop by and see us the next time you are in town!

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How To Paint a Perfect Beach Dresser

You may not be lucky enough to live at the beach, but you can bring a little bit of the beach into your bedroom with this fun and easy painted furniture DIY project. No need to clean any sand out of your car! This tutorial will show you how to paint the perfect beach dresser—no sunscreen required!

How to Paint a Beach Dresser | Painted Furniture Makeover | DIY | Dixie Belle PaintHere’s the “before” shot of the beach dresser. It had already been painted brown when I found it and it spent waaaaaay too much time in my garage waiting for its painted furniture makeover. You can create this look on any piece of furniture with enough space to separate into a “water” and a “sand” section. (You might even find the perfect project piece up at The Top of the Shop at our store All Things New Again in Leesburg, Virginia.)

Before Shot | Painted Furniture Makeover

How To Paint the Perfect Beach Dresser

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I started with a quick base coat of one of Dixie Belle Paint Company’s turquoise colors called The Gulf. This is the same color I used on my sister’s Ikea kitchen table makeover. I didn’t sand or prime my sister’s laminate table. I didn’t sand or prime this high-gloss brown dresser either. Dixie Belle Paint sticks nicely to pretty much anything. Just make sure you clean the piece really well first.

For the second coat, I blended the The Gulf with two other Dixie Belle blues—Sea Glass and Pure Ocean—to create the “water” section of the beach dresser.

Dixie Belle Paint Company | chalk mineral paint | turquoise | aqua | blue | Sea Glass | The Gulf | Pure Ocean

It’s a soft, subtle look because the three blues I used are so close in color to each other, but there is just enough difference to give the piece a shimmery, water effect—like gentle waves on a lazy summer day.

Beach Dresser | Work in Progress

It isn’t a flawless finish—and I like it that way! The dresser had a lot of little imperfections due to its age and the previous paint job. I figured the beach isn’t perfect so the beach dresser shouldn’t be either.

Notice I didn’t  paint the bottom blue. I left space for the “sand” section.

Dixie Belle Paint Company | Dixie Belle Mud | raised stencil mediumI used a product called Dixie Belle Mud to create the sandy texture. Dixie Belle Mud comes in three colors—black, brown and white—and was created to use for those beautiful raised stencils everybody is putting on their furniture.

I always like to get double-duty out of my paint products. I used brown Dixie Belle Mud on the bottom section of the beach dresser. Instead of smoothing the Mud on with a putty knife like you would for a raised stencil, I pounced it on with a paintbrush to create lots of texture. When it dried, I painted over it with Dixie Belle’s sandy Burlap color. When the paint dried, I sanded gently to reveal the brown Mud underneath and soften the texture just a bit.

I pounced white paint with a stencil brush to create the foamy waves around the shoreline.

How to Paint the Perfect Beach Dresser | Painted Furniture Makeover | Create Sandy Texture with Paint | Dixie Belle MudI painted this beach dresser as part of our Furniture Painting Friday series over on our All Things New Again Facebook page. If you would like to see detailed video tutorials on these techniques (and more!) just head over to our Facebook page and search #beachdresser.

One of the nice things about painting a piece in front of a live audience every week is we can bounce ideas off of each other. I was originally planning on replacing those big brown knobs with crystal knobs, but somebody suggested shells instead. Then somebody else suggested starfish.

I found BOTH! (and some really cute little fishies too) over on Amazon. I bought a variety pack of 12 sea-themed knobs—and they are all super-cute. Here’s a link if you want to check them out.

Beach Dresser | Fish Drawer Pulls | Fish Drawer Knobs

I think the little sea creature knobs are the perfect finishing touch on this fun project! BONUS: I have four knobs leftover for another project down the road.

Here’s the Beach Dresser!


Day at the Beach Dresser | Dixie Belle Paint | Beach Themed Furniture | DIY Coastal Furniture Makeover

How to Paint a Beach Dresser | Beach Themed Furniture | Beach Bedroom | Dixie Belle Paint Company

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All Things New Again is a family-owned furniture and paint boutique in Leesburg, Virginia, about an hour or so west of Washington, D.C. We sell hand-painted furniture, several lines of paint for your next DIY project, and offer fun painting classes and workshops. Stop by the next time you are in town!

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A Burlap and Lace Makeover for a Really Old Bench

Dixie Belle Paint Company has 5 NEW colors!  We’re featuring a new color every week here on the All Things New Again Blog.

This week we highlight a crisp bright white called Cotton, perfect for that farmhouse look everyone loves.

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Sometimes the biggest part of a painted furniture makeover isn’t what you do to it … it’s what you have to un-do.

We found this little bench in our travels over the summer.

Painted Furniture Makeover | Before Shot | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat

I liked the shape of it—and I really liked that somebody had already made some structural repairs. I thought this would be an easy project—just painting it and adding new fabric to the seat.

But first … we had to get rid of that old fabric.

That bottom layer pulled right off.

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat

Next, Dave flipped the chair right-side-up and pried off the decorative nails and trim.

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat

That wasn’t so hard … but that wasn’t the end of it either!

We found a layer of padding …

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat

… more old fabric …

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat

… more padding …

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair SeatPainted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat

 … even older fabric.

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat

This was starting to seem like a never-ending project, but Dave kept peeling off layers and layers of old fabric and padding.

Finally, he got all the way down to …

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat

… horsehair!!

Now that’s an old chair!

An old chair that has seen  A LOT of re-do’s over the years.

Now it was (finally!) time for one more …

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat

Dixie Belle Paint | chalk mineral paint | Cotton | bright white paint | farmhouse white

Photo courtesy of Dixie Belle Paint Co.

I painted the frame with a new color called Cotton from Dixie Belle Paint Company, the no-VOC chalk/mineral paint we sell at our store All Things New Again in Leesburg, Virginia.

(We also have an affiliate link to Dixie Belle’s full line of products. Click here. They ship everywhere.)

Cotton is the brightest white in the Dixie Belle rainbow and one of five new colors released this month. It is the perfect shade of white for that crisp farmhouse look everyone loves … and the perfect shade to match my living room at home where I’m keeping this bench for me!

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat

Dave built a new seat for the bench. We lucked out and had an old sofa pillow that fit the space perfectly. We used the pillow for the seat cushion instead of building it up with new padding.

Then we covered it with burlap for a rustic look … followed by elegant lace. I love the way these two very different textiles go together perfectly on this little bench.Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat | Burlap and Lace Chair Seat | Rustic and Elegant Chair Makeover

Here’s the finished bench!

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat | Burlap and Lace Chair Seat | Rustic and Elegant Chair Makeover | Dixie Belle Paint Co | chalk and mineral paint | Cotton | farmhouse white furniture

Painted Furniture Makeover | Vintage Bench | How to Re-Cover a Chair Seat | Burlap and Lace Chair Seat | Rustic and Elegant Chair Makeover | Dixie Belle Paint Co | chalk and mineral paint | Cotton | farmhouse white furniture

I really like the new look!

But I’m sure—eventually—somebody else will come along and re-do it again. It might even be me!

~ Cathy

All Things New Again is a family-owned furniture and paint boutique in Leesburg, Virginia (about an hour or so west of Washington, D.C.)

We sell hand-painted furniture and several lines of paint for your next DIY project. We also offer painting classes and workshops. Our monthly Learn How to Paint Furniture Class is coming up this Sunday, October 15. We have space available, but you need to register in advance.

Click here for details.

 

5 Gorgeous New Dixie Belle Paint Colors — Who Wants To Win Free Paint?

Special thanks to Dixie Belle Paint Company for sponsoring this post and PAINT GIVEAWAY!

(All opinions are my own.)

Dixie Belle Paint Company | 5 New Colors

Graphic courtesy of Dixie Belle Paint Co.

We always say the hardest part of any furniture paint makeover is choosing a color.

Dixie Belle Paint Company just made it harder with five gorgeous new colors!

And we are so excited they are giving away FREE PAINT to five lucky winners. (See below for details on how to enter the giveaway.)

I knew one of the new colors would be perfect for this French Provincial-style dresser I had out in my garage.

But which one?

Furniture Paint Makeovers | Before Shot | French Provincial dresserI couldn’t decide so I did what I always do … I called my Mom about 16 times … and we changed our minds back and forth 16 times.

Then I asked our awesome All Things New Again Facebook Fans what color would they pick?

It was a toss-up between Pink Champagne and Mermaid Tail.

I decided on Pink Champagne.

But as I was cleaning the dresser with Dixie Belle’s White Lightning Cleaner, I noticed the drawers curved a lot like a … mermaid tail.

So I changed my mind again.

Here it is now!
Painted Furniture | French Provincial Dresser | Dixie Belle Paint | chalk mineral paint | Mermaid Tail | teal painted furniture I love it!

Dixie Belle Paint is the no-VOC chalk/mineral paint we sell at our store, All Things New Again in Leesburg, Virginia. We carry all 60 colors in the store + dozens of other awesome products to make your next paint project beautiful. We also offer a Learn How to Paint Furniture Class every month featuring Dixie Belle products. Our next class is Sunday, October 15. Click here for details.

If you can’t make it to Leesburg, no worries! For your shopping convenience, we now have an affiliate link directly to Dixie Belle’s full line of products. If you click on this link and make a purchase, we receive a commission at no additional cost to you. Dixie Belle ships everywhere.

Of course I love all of Dixie Belle’s colors! I also love how easy it is to use this paint, especially if you are just getting started painting furniture. Dixie Belle has wonderful coverage and self-levels to give you a professional-looking finish with a minimal amount of work. Just look at how nicely one coat covers–without any sanding or priming needed to make it stick.

(I did add a little of Dixie Belle’s BOSS stain-blocker over some discolored areas behind the hardware and over those flower designs on the top drawers–just to be safe that they wouldn’t bleed through.)

This is a solid-wood dresser, but like a lot of furniture from this era, the top is laminate. Dixie Belle sticks to it! Really.

There’s one little trick to painting laminate …. give the paint E–X–T–R–A time to dry before proceeding with each step.

I talk more in-depth about drying time and curing time in my article 3 Big Mistakes New Furniture Painters Make.

On this dresser, I let the top dry for a few days. Then I like to run over everything quickly with very fine grit sandpaper to burnish the paint a bit and make it feel velvety smooth.

The second coat of paint provided full coverage. Again, I let it dry a few extra days before sealing with Dixie Belle’s Gator Hide, super-tough polyacrylic.Painted Furniture | Dixie Belle Paint | chalk mineral paint | Mermaid Tail | teal painted furniture

For the hardware, I dry-brushed a little bit of Mermaid Tail and then rubbed a little off with my finger in spots where I wanted more gold shining through.

Painted Furniture | French Provincial Dresser | Dixie Belle Paint | chalk mineral paint | Mermaid Tail | teal painted furniture | hardware | drawer pulls

Here’s the finished dresser again! It is available for sale at our store All Things New Again in Leesburg, VA.

Painted Furniture | French Provincial Dresser | Dixie Belle Paint | chalk mineral paint | Mermaid Tail | teal painted furniture

Painted Furniture | French Provincial Dresser | Dixie Belle Paint | chalk mineral paint | Mermaid Tail | teal painted furniture

Painted Furniture | French Provincial Dresser | Dixie Belle Paint | chalk mineral paint | Mermaid Tail | teal painted furniture

Don’t worry, Pink Champagne fans! I have another piece out in my garage that will look perfect painted pink. I’ll bring you that project soon … but first, come back next week to see my mom’s project that she is working on with the new color Cotton, a bright and beautiful white.

~ Courtney

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Here are the details on the giveaway:

Dixie Belle Paint Company is giving away one 8 oz. jar of paint to 5 lucky winners! To enter you must go to Facebook and do 3 things:

  1. Like Dixie Belle Paint Company on Facebook
  2. Like All Things New Again on Facebook
  3. Look for the paint giveaway post pinned to the top of All Things New Again’s page and leave a comment, “Pick me!”

Comments must be received between 9 am (eastern) on Friday, October 6, 2017 and 5 pm (eastern) on Thursday, October 12, 2017. Five winners will be chosen at random during All Things New Again’s Furniture Painting Friday Facebook live video on Friday, October 13 at 12 noon (eastern). Winners will receive 1 jar of one of the new Dixie Belle colors. Colors may not be exchanged. Like my first-grader says, you get what you get!

Good luck!

THANK YOU to Dixie Belle Paint for sponsoring this awesome giveaway!

Here’s our affiliate link again to Dixie Belle’s full line of products if you want to check them out.

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All Things New Again is a family-owned furniture and paint boutique located in Leesburg, Virginia (about an hour or so west of Washington, D.C.). We offer hand-painted furniture and several lines of paint for your next DIY project, including Dixie Belle chalk/mineral paint. We also offer fun painting classes and workshops. Our Learn How to Paint Furniture class is coming up on Sunday, October 15. Click here for details.

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This post is linking up with:

Friday’s Furniture Fix #99

Go check out some of the best furniture makeovers on the Internet!