We painted the shell Shelburne Navy and the doors Sage Green. I found these sweet napkins that matched PERFECTLY with the 2 colors and used those on the drawers. We found copper handles on Amazon for $13 and the backsplash was from the Home Depot. I also found a spice rack on the side of the road that matched PERFECTLY with her original spice rack, but it was darker. So each rack got a coupla coats of Sage Green. She loved it! BUT... her husband? Uh oh...
When faced with the daunting task of “what do we paint the cabinets?” it’s a smart move to stick with the neutrals - especially if you’re redoing a kitchen on the cheap. House flippers realize the top budget busters are kitchen and bath renovations. A total kitchen demo and rebuild can run into thousands. A ProPack covers on average 6-8 upper & lower cabinet doors and comes in under $100.
Katie Baker is a BUSY mom with 4 kids, a financial planning practice and little time for side projects. This heirloom high chair she refreshed with a BUTTER CREAM base, VINTAGE ROSE on the tray and decorative napkins decoupaged using Vermont Chalky Paint's non-toxic DECOUPAGE FORMULA.
Here's one of the Artist Gift Boxes painted in BUTTER CREAM as a base, SAGE GREEN sides and dry-brushed with GRAPHITE. The clover is accented with Vermont Lilac. Either give the gift box unfinished to your favorite painted furniture enthusiast or paint yourself and fill with candy, jewelry or notecards. Measuring 3" high, 6" long and 4" wide, they're compact and contain all 14 of our colors along with the decoupage formula, brushes, and written instructions. Click "READ MORE" below to see the 2-minute video on how it's painted.