How to Create a Cowboy Grunge Bar

Don’t be afraid to tackle a giant piece!

Paint & Products

Traceys Fancy updated this amazing beach house bar with PeacockPure OceanMermaid TailDaisyBest Dang Wax in Brown and Gator Hide.

“I’ve titled this piece of furniture my cowboy grunge bar … even though it will be no where near the country or a barn or a rodeo or a horse! Its headed to the BEACH!”

Turquoise Tones


Use Peacock for a rich blue with a hint of green.

Pure Ocean

Use Pure Ocean for a bright and vibrant teal.

Mermaid Tail

Use Mermaid Tail for a beautiful blue green!


Daisy is the perfect accent color to add in with these turquoise tones! Daisy is a lively sunshine yellow.

How To

This piece was first painted and then distressed to perfection with turquoise tones. Tracey’s first steps included using all of the colors in the popular color blending technique with highlights incorporated with yellow. In the end as the last step, she coated the top  with Gator Hide for a water repellent finish.

To get the full details of this color blended piece, click here!


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  1. Pat Barber says:

    U gave me the courage to go ahead an do my kitchen.Thanks.Going to antique green blending to get the color I need.Also my island cabinets an top.Counter tops also wish me Luck Thanks so much.

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      That is so exciting!! We hope you have lots of fun as you transform your kitchen! Happy painting! ?

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