Well Readers, it has been a goodly long while since posting.
Our holiday season was jamming, we've run a few great sales, and my NYR (It's only Feb right, still counts) is to blog more.
Hope you had wonderful holidays and your NYR is to stencil more because I have an awesome inspiration post for you!
One of our favorite clients, LittleMissMaggie, took a dinged up flea market find piano bench, and gave it a swell French look.
How great is that color? I love deep, true reds. This is the same color as our front door and it makes me happy every time I see it. It's just cheerful and bold!
She used our ever popular Hotel De L'Avenir stencil for the center. We offer this in a 12x12 and 12x18. For paint choice, she used Rustoleum Colonial Red for the base and then a Miniwax Jacobean stain on top. Gives a wonderful aged look. The stenciling is done in off white acrylic.
And then, get this, she masked off the stripes. I know that doesn't seem like a big deal, but I am so, so bad at stuff like that. If you too are bad at you know, painting straight lines, we offer a feedsack stripe stencil for just this purpose! But props to Maggie for doing it freehand.
Check out the original post here.
And here's a link to her entire blog, it's full of great stuff!
If you want to check out Hotel De L'Avenir, look no further than our French Category.
If you're interested in the stripe stencil, take a gander at our Feedsack Category.
Going to try, try, try to be more regular with our feature posts. We've had so many awesome folks share projects that I've got a whole year's worth of content just waiting for me.
Catch you next week!