How to Paint a Fall Style Buffet

Hi everyone, Denise from Salvaged Inspirations here!

I’ve been keeping busy going for long fall walks, sipping pumpkin lattes which is adding up to way more caffeine than I should be drinking, but hey, I’m indulging for now… and painting this Fall Style Furniture Makeover along with some pumpkins.

This ReStore Buffet is a stunning before and after and I can’t wait to share it with you! I give all the credit to these two paint colors I used – Dried Sage and Tea Rose. They blend perfectly and look ah-mazing together.

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The top of this buffet required sanding to even out all the scratches so two coats of stain/bleedthrough blocking was applied. The entire piece was painted in two coats of Dried Sage and then blended on the highlights and details with the Tea Rose.

For the blending, I used this spray mister which makes blending a breeze, and then soften the entire look while the paint was still wet with a brush.

You can see the Dried Sage and Tea Rose are soft and subtle, blend really well, yet create a gorgeous contrast. It really brings out the exquisite details on this buffet.

Head over to Salvaged Inspirations here for more details on this painted piece!

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LIVE with Brushed by Brandy, playing with metallics...and patina!

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We’re loving this project!

Brandy is using the Patina Collection tonight!

Say hello and tell us where you’re from!

Thanks so much Brandy!

Hi Brandy! We’re so excited for this video!

Make sure to use Prime Start on metal before using patina!

This is great.😍❤️

Paint hands r the best hands 🙌🏼

I noticed that the spray For the patina paint had a vinegar smell. I was wondering if apple cider vinegar would cause the same reaction with the patina paint? just curious😁

I just came in. Is the brown painted, or are you at the very start of a new project?

Dang, I don’t remember anything that said you shouldn’t leave the sprayer in the bottle! I guess I need new sprayers now🙁

Your shows are awesome! Makes one think we can get better at it.

Sean, Brandy said you next to never get mad; you sound like my husband!

If I wanted to use the corrosive patina sprays in controlled areas such as the corners of doors, would it be best to sponge it on, brush it on or stipple it on? I want to make sure that I’m able to control where it goes on my next project.

My son is 17 but every year I still hide a box in the back under the tree with a Christmas bell in it. He loves it!

What a great finish for this piece. I will need to look from beginning later. Seeing your reflection on the door...wow

Evening Kollenborns!! I just love patina paint!! I can't wait to see the results!!😁💚

Don't worry Sean - we're all here and I'm sure you look lovely as usual!!😁💚

My retailer has the silver but only one step of it. I wasn’t painted when the old metallics were around so I’m not sure if I need both steps or can I use just the top coat of the silver. Any advice?

Right now it looks like an angry storm at sea! It's gorgeous <3 <3

Thank you! I absolutely LOVE these colors!

I LOVE this. I have wondered how to do patina on furniture. I can't wait to do this!!!!

Hello from Oxford MS! My Old Silver has a top coat and base coat, which are you using?

Hey Brandy and Sean!! Love the Polar Express!! Patina on the bell would be amazing!!

Hi from Miami Florida I love your projects there so artistic and creative it’s wonderful to watch your tutorials

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Tonight Pam and Bill are using Slick Stick to paint marble and adding a beautiful Woodubend trim moulding to a table base. Keep up with them at Country Living Newbie Custom Decor

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Yes Angie use Slick Stick on your tiles first!

Say hello and tell us where you’re from!

Slick Stick is perfect for slippery surfaces!

Definitely clean with White Lightning first!

Pam is using Sawmill Gravy tonight!

Thanks so much! Great job!

We love Woodubend!

Hi Pam & Bill!

Great tips!

Pam is painting with Sawmill Gravy!

If your cabinets are laminate or a slippery surface use Slick Stick first! If you’re worried about bleed thru, use BOSS!

Pam is using Sawmill Gravy! We love this color!

Yes I have a marble top piece I’m about to do !

Love that trim

Hey gurl!!!!

I was told never to use SS on wood and to never use SS and BOSS together...is that true?

Now you got me singing those songs...... I'm just a bill on capitol hill is now playing through my head...LOL That little cartoon bill singing on the steps.

Oh good gosh. It was awful. The tech, not Bianca. She’s awesome. We’ll chat.

Oh bill 🤣😂

I love these videos. I'm a visual-tactile learner, so these teach me more than a thousand how-to books.

That's so PRETTY!!!!❤ I have a little table just like this!!! Now I have a good idea of what I want to do ! Thanks Pam!!!!!

Hi from Saginaw Michigan. Would love to try wood u bend.

Just repainted all my kitchen cabinets in sawmill gravy and new sleek black hardware love that color

We have a Springhill shopping centre 5 min away from me here in Melbourne 🙋‍♀️ hi

Have you done a comparison to other brands of paint, and if so, what made you decide on Dixie Belle? Tks

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