You all know I love Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint. Like big fat heart love. When I opened Front Porch Mercantile the only product I carried for the first year was Milk Paint.
I love the different looks you can get with it so I’ve gathered up some of my favourite Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint Makeovers to share with you from some of my favourite fellow retailers and bloggers.
In no particular order, here are
10 Amazing Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint Makeovers
I can’t help it. I love this first one sooo much. I am not usually a pink girl but this piece store my heart when I saw it. Only Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint can produce this gorgeous soft, vintage looking style. This piece painted in Arabesque by Jenna from Fred and Bessie’s is just perfect in my eyes. Go check out the before and I dare you not to be blown away :).
Check out the before and after here. Seriously – wow.
I love this beautiful piano Sarah from She Holds Dearly painted. Painting a family heirloom can be a difficult decision, but look how beautiful this piece is, painted in Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint Marzipan and Trophy.
You can see the before and after here on Sarah’s post
My sweet friend Goedele from Dala Muse, likes to let her furniture speak to her before she chooses colours. I love the beautiful piece she completed here in a custom mix of Trophy, Grainsack, and Mora.
You can read the post here.
Check out this beautiful dining room set re loved with Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint in Typewriter by Alison at Little French Provincial Shop.
You can see more pictures of this piece here.
My talented friend Lisa from The Purple Hydrangea painted up this sweet two tone table. I love the way she distresses and honors pieces. Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint is amazing for layering colours and paint, creating gorgeous looking vintage pieces. Lisa used Shutter Gray and Grainsack for this piece.
You can see Lisa’s full post here.
This bed painted by Miss Mustard Seed herself is so pretty, I can’t wait to try this custom colour mix of 3 parts Kitchen Scale to 2 parts Boxwood on a piece in my cottage soon. It’s appropriate since Marian calls this the “cottage bed”. It’s another example of how beautifully chippy Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint can be. I literally can’t stop looking at this colour. I love it!
You can read more and see more picturs on Marian’s post here.
Milk Paint can be used on many things other than just furniture. See how Sharon from I Restore Stuff painted her BRICK WALL using Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint. Yup. Her brick wall. The before and after is stunning!
You have to see the whole post, read it here.
Sada from For The Love Creations used our New Outback Petticoat and White Wax to add some beautiful colour to this table. I love her use of colour and love how she used our White Wax to highlight all the details on this piece.
See the full post from Sada here.
Check out this beautiful wooden horses that demonstrates the “chippy” look to the fullest. Laura from Junque Cottage took an inexpensive wooden horse and made it a show piece.
You can see how Laura did this project here on her blog.
Here’s another beautiful piece , an industrial style cabinet finished in Grainsack and top coated with Miss Mustard Seed’s 100% pure hemp oil by my very good friend Jenn from Eight Hundred Furniture.
You have to check out the before and after here – you won’t believe it
ok…one more makes 11, but, I couldn’t narrow it down to 10 favourites
I will confess, as much as I love some of the muted colours of Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint, I am a sucker for Tricycle Red and Mustard Seed Yellow. They are pops of colour I love to see on vintage pieces. This piece is in our cottage and was a family piece built by my hubby’s uncle. I love the way it turned out.
You can see how I transformed this piece here
I love Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint so much I now work for Marian (Miss Mustard Seed) in the MMS Milk Paint “office”, well, but I get to do so virtually from my studio by the sea in Lunenburg, fun right?
If you would like to read a little more about Miss Mustard Seed herself, you can read her blog here, I am proud to call her a good friend and mentor, and you can read lots more about Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint HERE.
Besides being amazing on vintage pieces, I love that MMS Milk Paint it is Made in Canada. You can read more about why I love MMS Milk Paint here.
Have you used MMS Milk Paint? What is your favourite piece you have painted or what piece would you love to paint up? I’d love to know.
I’d love to know.
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Happy painting Front Porch Friends!