Milk Paint finishes can range from chippy, crackled and crazed to smooth full coverage. But what if you want something in between the two? Something vintage but not quite new?
Upcyclying old discarded furniture is not only rewarding it helps the environment! See how a little hard work and Mojito Milk Paint transforms this Vintage Card Catalog Cabinet
MCM is back! Who knew this 70’s style would make it’s come back nearly half a century later, but it’s here and not going anywhere! and you know what, we’re liking it!
This metallic silver dresser was previously used and it had a few areas that the metallic finish had chipped off. Nothing that a bit of paint could not fix. We decided to go with Night Swim Milk Paint and seal it in with Hemp Oil.
This Cane Wing-Back chair a was given a furniture makeover facelift. Milk Paint in the colour Almond Latte is the perfect neutral taupe to lighten up the dark and outdated look.