Vintage Market & Design mermaid inspired nightstand
I love the packaging they use, so pretty and vintage looking. These colors made me think mermaid!
this is the contestant for this makeover, dated, heavy looking with broken hardware, lets change it up
First a coat of peacock, this paint is much thinner then most of the chalk type paints I usually use but I found it went on so fast and smooth. Self leveling and great coverage, now to dry well
the lighter color called paradise goes on
products as they need time to cure between coats. The wax was amazing, it was firm but with a quick stir it softened into nearly a liquid type wax again going on very fast and very smooth.
and soon it was time to leave overnight to dry well, but look at the variegated coloring, very much like a mermaid in my vision.
The broken dated hardware needed to be updated so new stainless steel sleek ones were installed.
I left it again to dry well overnight and in the morning added a coat of the finishing crème. It too went on easy and is meant to seal all the layers up well and provide durability. Now to haul in and snap a few pictures of this little beauty.
UPDATE: VM&D said all products only worked together, not with others and this is true. I tried using the white silk wax on another chalk paint project and it left uneven splotchy marks requiring a fresh coat of paint. So as per their advice, ONLY VM&D products work together and with no other lines
Thanks you Vintage Market and Design paint line for the opportunity to try your products. Although the products were supplied, ALL thoughts, opinions and words are all mine.
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