Happy Wednesday friends!
It's been a while since we've shared what'cha been workin on, so let's get right to it!
First up this week is Heather's beautiful vanity after a van Gogh makeover. Heather loves to mix Cashmere and Chalk together for this signature soft creamy white. It's a gorgeous colour that she's created and looks stunning on this detailed vanity! Nice work Heather!
Here's a look at the vanity before:
Great job Heather - another beautiful restyle! Thanks for sharing!
Next up this week is Cheryl's tall lingerie dresser after a makeover using Fusion Mineral paint in Buttermilk cream and Limestone. How cute is this?
Nice job Cheryl! This looks great - I love how you complimented the soft yellow of the cabinets with a creamy white on the handles. Thanks so much for sharing with us!
Here's a look at Cheryl's dark dresser before:
Next up this week is Christine's fireplace that was given a makeover using Miss Mustard Seed's milk paint. That's right! You can paint your brick fireplace! Milk paint is the perfect product for this as the porous brick surface absorbs the milk paint like a stain so it can soak right in. Christine chose Typewriter black for her fireplace and I think it looks great!
Thanks so much for sharing Christine - it looks awesome!
Here's a look at Christine's fireplace before:
Oh. My. Goodness you guys! Have you met Allie yet?!? Allie is the newest member to the Mango Team and we couldn't be happier! Not only is she super friendly and super helpful, she's loving learning to paint! Here's a look at Allie's first 'at home' project.
Allie painted this adorable bookshelf in Fusion Mineral paint's Damask and it looks great - I mean how cute is the second picture here all staged up?!
Thank you for sharing Allie!!
Here's a look at her bookshelf 'before' . . .
Thank you so much to everyone for sending in their pictures! Can't wait to see what you do next!
And don't forget - if you are featured on our Wednesday blog you we will have a 10% discount waiting for you at the studio (valid for 30 days)! It's so easy you guys! All you have to do is e-mail your before and after pictures to: firstname.lastname@example.org