Your dining room furniture, tables, chairs, sideboards and dressers, can all benefit from a shabby chic painting treatment, a complete paint look or a half and half treatment, with a natural wooden top surface.
Tables and chairs are all popular items for the hand-painted shabby chic treatment. Some people choose for their tables and chairs to be fully painted, which is both practical, hard-wearing and attractive.
And others choose a half paint and half natural wood look. That two-tone look is very popular right now in many of the major furniture store ranges. Both work really well and we're quite used to both painting styles.
Pine dressers also look particularly good when painted, distressed and waxed in the shabby chic style. Perhaps it's their size and storage capacity that means people want to keep this furniture instead of trading up for new items.
Dressers and sideboards can all accommodate a white paint appearance but equally can look stunning in green or blue tints. Certainly this is a bit of a trend.
The shabby chic painting "look" remains hard wearing and durable. We finish all our shabby chic jobs with a proprietary polish, Annie Sloan, in either a neutral or coloured effect. And for those items that are painted only, the hard wearing eggshell finish is well up to the job.
An occasional wipe down with a cloth or a quick polish with a proprietary spray polish will keep your re-conditioned furniture looking pristine.
Shabby Chic Painting For Dining Rooms
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