How to Paint a Pink Piece

This stunning painted piece has a custom mix of Dixie Belle Paint colors!

I did my signature blending style on this circular piece. I blended dark to light from the bottom to the top and used this gorgeous floral transfer to complete the look.

Color Roll Call

Soft Pink

Soft Pink is a light, serene shade of pink. This dainty color reminds us of satin ballerina slippers.

Use this charming color in a shabby chic or traditional style space. Fit for a fairy tale, we can see this sweet color in a child’s bedroom too!


Tea Rose

Tea Rose is a soft rosy pink with a hint of tan. This gentle, vintage hue is perfect for traditional Victorian style homes.

Use this muted mauve color for antique thrifted finds in a neutral space with lots of natural light. Tea Rose is just the right tone of relaxing energy.



Apricot is a pale orange with hints of pink. This sweet color is much lighter than the actual apricot fruit.

Use this pastel hue to add a joyful vibe to any room in your home. Apricot works well with coastal, shabby chic, Victorian or bohemian design styles.



Terracotta is a warm and earthy orange, just like the classic pot for your porch plants. This muted color reminds us of beautiful mosaic tiles.

Terracotta is on trend for modern and minimalist style homes, adding a sense of coziness to the living room or kitchen.



Rustic Red

Rustic Red is a dark red with dark brown and black undertones. This country charmer will work well in your dining room, kitchen or living room.

From farmhouse style to modern design, the rich Rustic Red will surely make a statement. Use this traditional color to elevate any space.


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  1. Kelly says:

    That is absolutely STUNNING, Brandy !!! Gorgeous !!!

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Thanks for the love, Kelly! For more painted inspiration you can follow us on Pinterest here: 🙂

  2. Kristina says:

    This is Beautiful! Very talented! I’m just starting out & have alot to learn. I love turning something old & unwanted into something beautiful. Just looking at this peice brightened my day!

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Kristina, we’re so glad you’re loving this painted piece! Thanks for checking out the blog! We’re excited for you to paint your own piece! Follow us on Pinterest for more painted inspiration 🙂

  3. Lorna Deininger says:

    What is the company for the
    Gorgeous piece!

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Lorna, thanks so much for the love on this piece! The transfer is from Redesign with Prima. Happy painting! 🙂

  4. Janet Jones says:

    This piece is out of this world. I want to do it. I have done lots of furniture painting and kitchen cabinets. I want to try this on a bedroom set. Can you tell me how to get directions? I have bee all over the computer, but decuded to ask for help. Thank you so much for any help you can give me. Jan

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi Janet, you can learn some great blending tips from the master herself on her blog at

  5. Lana says:

    I am new ro rhis but learning so muxh over the past year. I know 2 things so far…. Dixie Belle products are best and when I grow up I want talent like Brushed by Brandy. Lol. (Im 57 years young in June) Thanks ro both of you!

    1. Dixie Belle Paint Company says:

      Hi there Lana,
      Thank you so much for the support! Stay tuned for more tips and products! We’d love to see what you create (:

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