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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How to Paint a Fall Style Buffet

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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.

How to Paint a Fall Style Buffet

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!

How to Paint a Fall Style Buffet

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Salvaged Inspirations

Denise is a blogger, self-taught furniture artist, writer, photographer and the owner/creator of Salvaged Inspirations. She is a lover of all things vintage, repurposed and restyled. A thrift enthusiast, she’s always in pursuit of the next creative upcycle.

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