This is my first piece using this paint. I have to say that the paint did go on very nicely. I only did one coat on this chair, because I was planning on distressing it a bunch. If you wanted perfect coverage, it would have needed two coats. The paint has lots of natural variations in the color... in that way it's totally different than latex. After I use it a bit more, I am planning on doing a more in depth post about using it.
This gossip bench looks like it was 'natural wood', however, if you could see it in person you would realize that it was faux wood painted. Now, with cece caldwell paint you are supposed to be able to just paint without sanding. However, there were drips in the original paint that I had to smooth out.
At first I wasn't sure if I liked the finished product, but it has begun to grow on me. I also bought the clear wax to try out. It went on very nicely, and wasn't even stinky, so it is great for using in the house.
I liked how you could use other colours to draw out the different tones in this paint. The blue in the fabric I chose brings out the blue in the paint.
This is the only piece that I've painted in two weeks! I do have several things though, that I haven't blogged about yet. Remember last week when I mentioned that my parents had been down helping me on a special project? Well, that's what I've been busy with... I'm hoping to reveal that soon.
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Southern Lovely: Show & Share
The 36th Avenue: Show Me Extraordinary
The Shabby Creek Cottage: Transformation Thursday
Miss Mustard Seed: Furniture Feature Friday
The Shabby Nest: Frugal Friday
My Repurposed Life: Catch as Catch Can
Chic on a Shoestring: Flaunt it Friday
Five Days Five Ways: Friday Free For All
Finding Fabulous: Frugalicious Friday
Gingerbread: Sweet Saturday
Tatertots & Jello: Weekend Wrap-Up
Funky Junk Interiors: Saturday Night Special
Here's To Handy Andy: Pinteresting Party
My 1929 Charmer: Sunday's Best
Primitive & Proper: POWW