Furniture painting techniques have come a long way since I picked up my first paintbrush. With today’s paint products, anyone that want’s to create beautiful furniture finishes can and will be totally surprised how easy it is to achieve these looks. Grab a paintbrush, and let’s get to learning.
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Furniture Painting Techniques
#1 Chalk Paint Blending Technique
By far, the most popular of all furniture painting techniques are blending multiple colors with chalk paint. Learn more about creating this fun finish on your furniture by CLICKING HERE.
This faux chippy paint look is easily obtainable and not only looks great on furniture, but I used this technique on my fireplace as well. CHECK IT OUT HERE!
Who doesn’t have a favorite pair of comfy jeans? I have several, but one of the reasons I love them is also because of that faded dreamy color. Now you can have that same look on furniture too. CLICK HERE to learn how to achieve this look.
This is another fun way to get a layered look to use texture in your chalk paint. I LOVE how these end tables turned out. CLICK HERE to see them in my guest room.
And to get a no brushstroke painted finish with chalk paint, learn the technique I use. CLICK HERE for the FREE VIDEO TUTORIAL.
Thanks for joining me today, and I hope you found a painted furniture technique that you’ll want to try. Painting furniture that you want to make pretty can be fun and rewarding.
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Until the next project… xo, Do
Hi Donna! Thank you for sharing these techniques with us. I love them all.
You are welcome, Ms. Cheryl! 🙂 xo
I’m excited to click through each post! Thanks for the tips you give – always amazing!! Pinned!
Thank you, Cindy! I enjoy learning new techniques from other furniture artists as well. 🙂 xo