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Saturday, September 6, 2014

Layered Patina Painted Hutch

I am really excited to show you another layered technique I have done. This time I used 7 different paint colors. I paint furniture like I paint canvas. One of the things I like to do when I paint, is study my subject. So I decided to start studying patinas.

I have started a Patina Pinterest board. From texture to colors and chippiness will get pinned there. 

I used the same technique for the layered patina painted hutch as I did for my french end tables. The difference is the amount of colors and type of paint. I used Annie Sloan for the end tables and my new paint Country Chic for this hutch.


I started with my signature color paint Dreamingincolor. That is the base color that start the layered patina painted hutch.




One of the things I learned studying patinas is the different strokes of color. The directions, rust and wood grain have a lot to do with the look.  It is hard to make something that occurs naturally look like the real thing when using paint. That is why I continue to practice this technique.
Always learning!!


I also play with waxes. I use clear and dark. I only use the dark in certain areas. 


I create pieces like this so I can have something different in my store.
This hutch is the centerpiece for my Oz inspired showroom.

I have decorated for fall in a Wizard of Oz theme.

If you are in Murfreesboro, TN come check it out. You can take pictures with some of your favorite character scarecrows!

Such a wonderful creative outlet here!

Love decorating and making my store displays.



What do you think? Did you break into song?
Follow the Yellow Brick road
Ding Dong the Witch is Dead
Somewhere over the Rainbow

Whichever it is, you will enjoy our little attraction and might find some cool painted patina furniture while you are here!



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2 comments:

Danni@SiloHillFarm said...

Deneen, that is a very interesting patina! i cannot wait to come see your store next summer and all the wonderful things you create!

Suzan Sweatman said...

Wow Deneen - it's fabulous - love all the layering !
xoxo