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Furniture painting

tracytraylor24January 16, 2013
Sorry-posted this earlier but pics did't upload. I love the painting on the first dresser I will attach. It isn't so much the "glazed/antiqued" look. What is it called and how do you do it? Also, what are your suggestions on how to coordinate with our current furniture? We will be getting a new house with a HUGE family room so I'm trying to work furniture in that's affordable. Picture 1 is the dresser I LOVE! Picture 2 a piece for an example on the painting I don't like as much as the heavier look. Picture 3, our current furniture in the house we're movibg out of. I'd also like suggestions on curtains, pillows, accent furniture. Our look is too dark for me now.
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Le Reve Design & Assoc.
It looks like a product called "Chalk Paint". It's wonderful to use and you don't need to do a lot of prep to paint over old wood finishes.
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