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I’ve been refinishing furniture ever since I discovered the magic of chalk paint nearly seven years ago. I’ve traveled the country teaching thousands of people how to refinish furniture and cabinets, I’ve created online chalk painting courses, and I’ve written countless blog posts all about chalk painting. To say that chalk painting has been life changing for me would be an understatement! So why on earth am I writing a post about why I don't use chalk paint?
The 5 steps to getting a perfectly smooth paint finish When we first started painting furniture, it was a constant struggle against brush strokes. The perfect paint finish seemed impossible. I’d be painting one side, thinking I’d done a great job. Stuart would be painting the other, thinking he'd done a good job. We’d finish up, go inspect the others work and out would come the rollers and brushes again. This post may contain affiliate links. Please read our Disclosure Policy for more…
This week I did something I've been too scared to try for decades. I PAINTED a piece of furniture! Please take a moment to appreciate how monumental this is for the girl who only just bought her first house at the age of 40. A lifelong renter, I've never felt roots deep enough to take risks on