Painted with Aspire genuine and sealed with final finish.
This cute little side table was painted with Aspire in prestige. The hardware was coated with a black pearl metallic paint, and the piece was lightly distressed and dark waxed.
This old china cabinet was given new life with Aspire paint in vintage. It has a light and two glass shelves in the upper part, and a drawer and shelf in the lower. Dimensions: H – 74″, W – 58″, D – 16″
This beautiful old bureau was transformed with prestige coloured Aspire paint and new hardware, giving it an antique look.
This rustic stool was crafted from found wood at an old sugar shack. The seat is made from box elder and the legs are made of sugar maple.
This knotty pine desk organizer was given a facelift with Aspire in endless and an inspire wash. The drawer pull was painted silver, giving it a more contemporary feel.
We found some neat looking live edge wood planks and fashioned them into coat racks using a variety of found knobs.
I decided to do something a bit different with this old dresser, and heavily distress the drawers after I painted it using Aspire in modesty and harmony.
We recently had the good fortune of visiting an old farmhouse where we came across some awesome old windows. A little paint and creativity, and they’re an awesome addition to a home’s indoor or outdoor decor.
This pretty telephone table was painted with ASCP in graphite and reupholstered with Parisian themed fabric. Dimensions: H – 27″, W – 36.5″, D – 18″
Old windows + old pallet wood + some paint and creativity = up-cycled window box Wall mountable, or stand alone, this up-cycled window box is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. Chalk painted with Folk Art paint in oatmeal. Dimensions: H – 37″, W – 28″, D – 12″
This pretty pair of glass top hexagonal tables were painted with Miss Mustard Seed milk paint in bergere, then distressed.