Vintage Painted French Provincial Furniture From Erin Hacker
Spring and Summer is just around the corner, and people are itching to give their tired old furniture a well needed makeover. This chest is a great example of the color yellow that is often found in the countryside of France. Give your childrens room a bright makeover by painting their furniture.
*Consider painting a chest yellow and distressing it heavily to show the wood underneath.
*Consider painting a bright yellow such as the chest above, and adding additional wash of light yellow over top to give it some depth. This can be easily done by "dry brushing" Dry brushing is removing most of the paint off the brush, and stippling it, or hammering it on to the surface creating a texture. OR, you can simply brush it on with back and forth movements if you want a simple look. Take a damp rag to reveal some of the highlights of the furniture. The brighter paint color will show through.
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