How to Paint a Baby Grand Piano

Have you thought about painting a baby grand piano? This project is easy peasy!

Dixie Belle Paint Products:

Midnight Sky

How To:

I pulled out some Dixie Belle Paint in Midnight Sky. You guys know how much I love their other black, Caviar, well this one is just a tad lighter.

That probably sounds odd to call a black color “lighter,” but it is just not quite as deep and rich as the Caviar. It’s also a bit warmer with less of a blue undertone.

You can use it straight out of the jar if you want a more textured look, but if you want a smoother finish you can water it down which has the added benefit of making it go further.

I only used about 2/3 of the 16 oz jar to paint this piano. That’s also partially because for the most part I got away with just one coat of paint. There were only a couple of spots that needed a touch up with a second coat.

For more on this painted piano, click here!

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