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Farmhouse Rustic Grey Accent Table

This rustic farmhouse dresser in grey I did awhile back has been the top post on my Pinterest page for many months. It seems to be a much loved finished so when I purchased these country planked looked table set I knew the paint finish would look awesome on them too.


 I started with the round accent / end table first.



Step one was to power sand the top and shelf to smooth the old finish then spray with shellac to seal and give an even surface

The entire piece and all under edges were first painted 2 coats of  Fusion Mineral Paint in a soft grey from the tones for tots line called little lamb.


To warm up the cool grey I did a wash of Fusion Mineral Paint in chocolate over it all. I added a wee bit of water to give a bit more open time to wipe back the paint but it is still best to do in sections.


Once all is dry I dry brushed Fusion Mineral Paint in lamp white over it all then sealed with Fusion's clear wax over all the top surfaces followed by the black and ageing waxes to add mo…

Fusion Midnight Blue Valet


Not often do I get a chance to relove something for a man so when I found this valet I was very excited to do so.


I chose Fusion Mineral Paint in midnight blue, a gorgeous deep navy color which goes well with the red lining and the perfect neutral color for a gentleman.


great thing about Fusion Mineral Paint is with its dark colors you usually only need one coat
and to keep the vintage look I distressed the edges


It was a bit more then I wanted so simply run the brush over the edges lightly and walaa


all sides painted allows it to be viewed from all sides


   Isn't it lovely??


What a fabulous piece to collect change, cell phone, wallet, rings on top or store them in the lined divided drawer


Click here to see an antique silverware chest done in midnight blue too



*Disclosure
I have received product as a brand blog rep in exchange for this post, but ALL the opinions are entirely MY own.  This post contains sponsored links for Fusion Mineral Paint  to help you find the items I used easily. There is no monetary compensation to me, strictly added for your convenience ;)

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