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.
Dixie Belle Paint Products:
- Dixie Belle Mini Brush
- Spray Mister for Blending
- Dried Sage
- Tea Rose
- Gator Hide
- Best Dang Wax in Brown
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!