I love the buffalo check pattern but never thought about painting it on home decor or even furniture. The pattern itself looked so complicated to me. Thank goodness for crafty talented friends like Tammy Graves with Rustic Orchard Home. In this video, she showed me how easily paint a buffalo check pattern on a board using a painting technique without even taping it off. It’s a bit rustic but it still looks amazing and it will be the perfect addition for my front porch decor. A classic pattern that can be used through all four seasons.
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How To Paint An Amazing Buffalo Check Pattern Tutorial
You can find the products I used for this project by CLICKING HERE.
- 1X10 6 ft board
- Cotton mineral/chalk paint
- Caviar mineral/chalk paint
- Mini Paintbrush
- Gator Hide
I started my project with just a plain 1X10 6 ft board I purchased at a local hardware store. These boards are perfect for signs. I’ve made a few stand up signs for my front porch but never one that was just a pattern. Normally I would stencil words like welcome or hello on them. The look I was going for was just a pattern to accent my decor.
Classic Colors For Buffalo Check
The colors I chose for my project were the traditional colors of black and white. The buffalo check pattern appears to have three colors but mixing the black and white to make gray was easy and that saved me money! With Dixie Belle Paint you can custom mix your own colors. I LOVE that!
Adding the buffalo check painted board was the perfect backdrop for my front porch Fall decor and I can’t wait to see how my Christmas & Spring decor looks with it.
Buffalo Check Pattern Painted Board
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and try your hand at painting buffalo check patterns on your furniture and home decor. Do you love painting home decor too? Check out this painted glass vase that I added patina paint (RUSTY GOODNESS) to. You won’t believe it! CLICK HERE TO SEE IT!
Until the next project… xo, Do