The Best Trick for Painting French Doors | blesserhouse-com - A quick tip for painting French doors without scraping, taping, or splotchy peeling paint. This trick saves SO much time and looks amazing like a factory finish! #paintingtips #diytips #frenchdoors
Each painter has slightly different methods and preferences, but the pros all know the trade secrets, and PM hung out with them and watched them work to gather these 13 tips.
In pursuit of the elusive ideal, we turn to holistic, one of four palettes from our 2017 Color Forecast. Inspired by the intersection of luxury goods and fair trade goodness, this palette relies on arctic neutrals, blush roses and wild browns like Coral Island SW 6332, Brandywine SW 7710 and Stardew SW 9138.
Paint Leather Furniture easily with Reluv! I gave this faded leather chair a new life with Heirloom Tradition's Reluv in Chestnut Brown. The final product doesn't rub off on your cloths, and fixes flaws, worn spots and signs of age with a fresh coat of paint! Get 10% off these products using PAINTEDTREASURES promo code. Painted Treasures of Denver
Weathered Wood Tutorial. Simple step by step process for creating a weathered wood finish on unfinished wood. Paint the surface wtih gray paint, dry brush black paint over the gray, then heavily white wash the piece. Photos showing each step in the process. From Petticoat Junktion
SHERWIN-WILLIAMS TOPSAIL SW6217: "I can't say it's aqua and I can't say it's gray. It's in the space between those colors. It's a very pale blue, and blue is a color that evokes calm. When the clouds clear and the sky displays its depths, or water reflects and distorts the sky, it reveals shades and hues that defy description but are deeply felt. Blue transports you inward to a contemplative state." -Michael Simon - HouseBeautiful.com
More Sherwin Williams Blue Gray color comparisons on her walls - Sea Salt (more blue than green), Fleeting Green (tad darker than Dewy), Rainwashed (too blue and bright), Watery (too bright), Comfort Grey (pale olive/greenish), Slow Green (too white), Waterscape (too bright/aqua), Dewy (pretty light). Trim is Divine White