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Antique Wardrobe, table and decals
Wardrobe and side table
I found this wardrobe on Marketplace for free! Yes,for Free!! and the little side table was given to me. I wanted to create a little set and my inspiration came when I saw a kit of decals that were on liquidation at the hardware store.This is when I decided to experiment with the decals and some Colorantic chalk paint..
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Step One- Preparing your piece of furniture
A good sanding to remove any varnish…
Something I should have done but didn’t(was use a coat of oil primer)which means that I had to use more paint. I should have asked the fantastic Colorantic team for the steps before starting.
It is now time to apply your paint
Step 2 – Paint
Two coats of Night were applied on the side table
For each coat, I dipped my paintbrush into my paint then I sprayed my brush two or three times with water.
I waited 20 minutes before giving it a second coat..
Next, for the white wardrobe, it’s a little more complicated… it doesn’t cover as well no matter what paint company you use. By using my primer I only had to apply three coats of paint.
And here you have it, for a very low cost I was able to transform an outdated wardrobe and a side table and now have a completely different set.
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