How to Mix Dixie Belle Paint Colors

Do you see a specific color in your mind, but can’t figure out how to create it? You’re in luck! You can mix our 64 Dixie Belle Paint colors to create the perfect color recipe. Do Dodson Designs
did just that!

The first recipe she mixed was Palmetto and Peacock to create a beautiful teal. The second recipe she mixed with Palmetto and Vintage Duck Egg to create a mint color.

Finding this small side table at our local Thrift Store turned out to be my lucky penny. I had been searching for something small to go in my office and it even had doors and a small storage space inside. I’m thinking it would make the perfect napping spot for my sweet little Zoe.

Click here to read the full details of this modern farmhouse look!

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  1. Lindsay says:

    I love this piece and have read the blog post and watched the video with Do and Tracey many times but there is no info on what products were used or how she did the “drippy grunge” look at the top of the cabinet doors. I really want to try this on a piece I am working on (with DB paints of course). But I don’t really know what to do besides guess… Please help!

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Lindsay, we’re so glad you’re loving these painted pieces! Here are the blog posts on the artists’ websites!
      Tracey: https://traceysfancy.com/striped-end-table/
      Do: http://www.dododsondesigns.com/furniture-paint-colors/
      If you need an additional assistance creating this finish, we recommend reaching out to the artists directly for some tips and tricks. Have a great day and happy painting! 🙂

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