Some of you are new to my blog so I thought I would show you how my china hutch used to look before I painted it.
It belonged to my great grandmother, and was given to me after she died. It got some water damage before I took possession of it and I always tried to hide the peeling veneer with some sort of draped material.
Finally, one day I got brave enough to paint it. I am so glad that I did!
I painted it white and did a light green interior, which was pretty, but after a few years, the green paint started peeling. By then I had heard about chalk paint and decided to give the interior an update!
I went with Annie Sloan's Emperor's Silk. What a difference that made! I love it!
The outside is just latex paint but one day I may repaint it in chalk paint. For now it's looking fine.
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