I am one of the lucky ones who purchased one of the first batches of CeCe Caldwell’s Beckley Coal paint quarts before they sold out. Since I started using CeCe Caldwell’s paint, I’ve hoped that she would come to include a true black color that isn’t bluish/black like Vermont Slate and I wasn’t disappointed! I am absolutely thrilled with the coverage and thickness of CeCe Caldwell’s Beckley Coal paint. It is a beautiful, true black.I love this dresser! After I buffed up the handles with antique gold and distressed it a bit, it turned out to be a stately number.
Interested in taking this dresser home? I’ll be selling it at the Joint Base Pearl Harbor Hickam Craft Fair on May 4th (this Saturday). The craft fair is open to the public and free to attend. If you’d like to buy this piece, stop by my booth where she’ll be waiting!
I’m linking up with:
Transformed Tuesday @ PJH Designs
Show Me What Ya Got @ Not Just A Housewife
Power Of Paint Party @ Domestically Speaking
Be Inspired @ Elizabeth & Co.
Trash To Treasure Tuesday @ Kammy’s Korner
Primp Your Stuff Wednesday @ Primp
Transformation Thursday @ The Shabby Creek Cottage
Friday Link-up @ Redoux
Furniture Feature Friday @ Miss Mustard Seed
Home Sweet Home @ The Charm of Home
Today I'm featuring a thrift store chest of drawers that my sister-in-law and I found. I thought I'd have to paint the whole thing because of damage to the veneer. But alas, while sanding some goop off of the top, I realized that the veneer underneath was perfectly fine and sanded the whole thing. I decided to stain the top in Cappuccino Stain Oil, the perfect rich brown.
All of the furniture pieces with the exception of the industrial shelving unit are used pieces that I've re-homed and painted with Fusion Mineral Paint.
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