Lisa@ Sweet Tea N' Salty Air
Lisa@ Sweet Tea N' Salty Air
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Don't Be Hasty Kicking Your Dining Room Set to the Curb Try New Paint


Last fall I painted my dining set a orangey color, who knows maybe because it was Autumn? I really started to hate the set and I was very close to kicking it to the curb but first I scanned the oops paint counters and found this lovely light airy color that goes well with the 2 wicker end chairs that I use. After the paint application I fell in love with the set all over again. So if your tired of your set definitely try a paint treatment, To see more come visit Sweet Tea N' Salty Air http://mrsblackstone.blogspot.com
This tired old orangey color seemed to be lifeless sooo...
This tired old orangey color seemed to be lifeless sooo...
I opted for a cheery light color
I opted for a cheery light color
I detailed the chairs a bit
I detailed the chairs a bit
I seem to love this set all over again
I seem to love this set all over again

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  • Thank you for the compliment Karin, Most all the paint I use is from the oops! counters at Home Depot, Lowe's or Ace Hardware so they don't really y come with a name I just see the sample color on top and the front of the can reveals whether it's semi gloss, flat, in or outdoor etc. Its a very light seafoam blue and the opposing color is a cream. Have you ever bought oops! paints?

    • Karin H.
      on Aug 28, 2013

      @Lisaconforto@yahoo.com No, can't say that I ever have, and I really didn't know they existed to be frank, so thanks for the info!!! I have been planning to do something similar to my unique but sad looking dining room set, and I was thinking of some sort of blue and cream combo too.

  • Penny
    on Jan 13, 2014

    oh yes, that's what i buy too...i like the second color the best!!!! great job!

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