What'cha Workin' on Wednesday?!?

Happy Wednesday Friends!

Let's take a look at what'cha been workin' on . . . 

Joss restyled this buffet, new paint, new hardware and a natural wood top - beautiful! 

With a 3yr old and a 3 month old at home it's amazing she can get anything done! That's what makes this buffet restyle even more impressive! Way to go moms!! Thanks for sharing this Joss, it looks great!

Can you believe that during nap time Joss also got these two projects under her belt?! (cute painted shelf and mirror)

Thanks again for sharing Joss!

Next up, check out Christine's restyled chair painted in van Gogh's beautiful and vibrant 'Coral Cosmo'! I really love a pop of coral, and I'm actually considering painting out my dining room chairs in our new coral 'Flamango'. What do you think? Should I go for it??

Thanks for sharing Christine - I LOVE it!

I think most of you probably already know how boring this chair looked before this awesome colour, but just in case you can't picture it, let's have a look at the 'before':

Thanks so much for sharing Christine!

Just for fun, lets look at one more brightly restyled piece. This sweet little bookshelf was restyled by Elizabeth using van Gogh's 'Dreams of Provence' - a great purple for any girls room! 

Very Cute! Thanks so much for sharing Elizabeth!

As always, thank YOU for sharing your projects with me - I love showing off all your hard work and creativity!

If you have restyled something in your home using products from Mango Reclaimed and want to be featured on What'cha workin' on Wednesday?!?, please e-mail your before and after pictures to [email protected].

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There's still room for a few more!

Hello there! I hope you have enjoyed a nice long weekend with family and friends!

The spring air, the sunshine and the workshops at Mango Reclaimed have everyone bursting with inspiration and creativity. . . using Miss Mustard Seed's Milk paint is a great way to restyle your furniture to create something completely unique for your home. We still have room for a few more people in this Wednesday's class.

Check out these two lovely restyles done using Miss Mustard Seed's Milk paint. First up is this great storage filled hutch. Great for a kitchen, hallway, front entryway . . . anywhere in the home really! With the right amount of chippy distressing and stunning new hardware, this piece is the perfect mix of old and new.

Painted in Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint 'Ironstone' and 'Trophy'. This hutch is currently available for $895.

Painted in Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint 'Ironstone' and 'Trophy'. This hutch is currently available for $895.

We also have this lovely blue shelving unit which would be great in a kitchen for cookbooks and dishes, or a bedroom for novels and sweaters, or as extra linen storage . . .  

Painted in Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint 'French Enamel' and 'Grain Sack', this shelving unit is currently available for $525.

Painted in Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint 'French Enamel' and 'Grain Sack', this shelving unit is currently available for $525.

If you want to learn how to use milk paint to transform your furniture into something beautiful and unique for your home - join us in one of our upcoming workshops, we would love to see you there!

Restyled! Milk Paint lovelies.

How's your holiday shopping going? If you're like me - you're only about half done at this point . . . it's so hard to find the time! Don't panic, it will all come together as it should - it usually does.

How about a few pretty pictures to calm your mind. . .


I love this shelf! Milk painted in Mustard Seed Yellow and Grain Sack it's perfect for just about any room in the house. Seriously.

A beautiful pop of colour in your entryway (with storage for keys, mitts, shoes) . . . stylish storage for towels in the bathroom / linens in the hallway or laundry room / dining room platters and dishes / toy storage or even as a change table in baby's room.


This shelf has it's original hardware, is beautifully distressed and completely versatile.  If someone doesn't pick her up soon I might just take her home with me :)


Ok, now how about these bedside tables? Again milk painted and beautifully distressed in the chippy awesome way that only milk paint can do. These stunners are 50's era solid built bedside tables with plenty of storage. They've been painted in Ironstone and Dried Lavender, and the original hardware was given a restyle using twine to soften the look. Love!


These pieces are all currently available at Mango Reclaimed - for more available items, please check the 'our work' section.