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Simple Sideboard Makeover With Chalk Paint

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I love finding antique sideboards that just need a little TLC with some new paint and stain... I took this old sideboard, stripped the finish off the top, and re-stained it as well as painted the body with Old Ochre Chalk Paint and hand-detailing on the doors of the cabinet for a fresh, new look...
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  • simple sideboard makeover with chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture
  • simple sideboard makeover with chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture
  • simple sideboard makeover with chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture
  • simple sideboard makeover with chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture
  • simple sideboard makeover with chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture
  • simple sideboard makeover with chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture
  • simple sideboard makeover with chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture

To see more: http://sophiasdecor.blogspot.com/2014/01/simple-sideboard-makeover.html

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  • Elizabeth Dion
    Elizabeth Dion Danville, VA

    Love the transformation! My personal preference would have been to not add any hand detailing. A beautiful makeover!

  • Kathryn MacMillan
    Kathryn MacMillan Annandale, NJ

    Love it!

  • Dolores DeLuise
    Dolores DeLuise New York, NY

    very beautiful color; great vision for such an ordinary piece. I agree with Elizabeth about the detail--it seems a bit bright for the rest of the piece. Something should go there, but the brightness of it it is abrupt. Did you use the wax after the

  • Dolores DeLuise
    Dolores DeLuise New York, NY

    I also like that you did the back piece in the paint. I saw something similar recently that left the back piece in the original wood and it looked awkward.

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