Aménagement d'une cuisine classique.

Transforming and refinishing

This buffet was a reddish tint, all wrong for the rest of the kitchen, but it was a beautiful solid wood piece, well crafted and useful. The designer and the owners wanted to keep it but change its color and finish, since the rest of the kitchen was getting a face lift as well. This is before, but halfway through the change.

Aménagement d'une cuisine classique. —  Houzz
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agleopard
G Campbell a ajouté ceci à G's ideas2 avr. 2019

Color milk or chalk paint. Kitchen accent.

karenrrankin
karenrrankin a ajouté ceci à Vashon28 janv. 2018

Surface preparation. There’s no preparation needed for milk or chalk paint, as long as the surface isn’t slick and shiny. Otherwise, you’ll want to sand it lightly. Also, make sure the surface is clean. (Some say cleanliness doesn’t matter, but I can’t get past painting something that’s grimy.) Bonding agent or not? No, not James Bond. A bonding agent added to the first coat of milk or chalk paint will make it adhere to a surface that’s slick or previously painted or varnished. Add a bonding agent only if you want a uniform painted appearance without flakes and chips. Milk paint and chalk paint dealers both sell bonding agents.chalk paint

frostianne
frostianne a ajouté ceci à Painting Furniture, etc25 sept. 2016

Surface preparation. There’s no preparation needed for milk or chalk paint, as long as the surface isn’t slick and shiny. Otherwise, you’ll want to sand it lightly. Also, make sure the surface is clean. (Some say cleanliness doesn’t matter, but I can’t get past painting something that’s grimy.) Bonding agent or not? No, not James Bond. A bonding agent added to the first coat of milk or chalk paint will make it adhere to a surface that’s slick or previously painted or varnished. Add a bonding agent only if you want a uniform painted appearance without flakes and chips. Milk paint and chalk paint dealers both sell bonding agents.

knmthomas
knmthomas a ajouté ceci à Painting furniture27 janv. 2016

Bonding agent or not? No, not James Bond. A bonding agent added to the first coat of milk or chalk paint will make it adhere to a surface that’s slick or previously painted or varnished. Add a bonding agent only if you want a uniform painted appearance without flakes and chips. Milk paint and chalk paint dealers both sell bonding agents.

hessen4
hessen4 a ajouté ceci à finally15 mars 2015

Surface preparation. There’s no preparation needed for milk or chalk paint, as long as the surface isn’t slick and shiny. Otherwise, you’ll want to sand it lightly. Also, make sure the surface is clean. (Some say cleanliness doesn’t matter, but I can’t get past painting something that’s grimy.) Bonding agent or not? No, not James Bond. A bonding agent added to the first coat of milk or chalk paint will make it adhere to a surface that’s slick or previously painted or varnished. Add a bonding agent only if you want a uniform painted appearance without flakes and chips. Milk paint and chalk paint dealers both sell bonding agents.

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