How to Paint a Jewelry Armoire

I write to you today…..to encourage every single one of you to try a furniture decor transfer! Like the one I did on this painted jewelry armoire…

The transformation of this simple Bombay and Co. jewelry armoire is nuts! It is made possible with a really easy and free style painting technique…..and the application of a design transfer!

Dixie Belle Paint Products:

This piece was VERY slick…so I found it necessary to apply Slick Stick by Dixie Belle. Slick Stick has amazing grip to surfaces that would otherwise be difficult to paint! Surfaces such as glass, mirrors, baked on finishes like Ikea and Bombay & Co. pieces, tile and formica to name a few.

Moving on…..I am in LOVE with the new metallic paint! Moonshine Metallic Paint in Steel Magnolia is gently mixed into the layering of paints to give it a somewhat industrial vibe.

It is easy to see in the trim that surrounds the top edge and middle edge. It is a gorgeous silver-fish color that picks up light and totally adds glam!

And how about the surprise pop of color?? I LOVE this color combo of Plum Crazy and Palmetto! I chose to embrace the original green felt and Palmetto was the perfect match!

Check out my video about this piece below!

To read more about this completed project from Tracey’s Fancy, click here!

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