A standard application of milk paint looks great, but what if you want to get more creative? In this post, I’m going to cover two types of distressing you can use to achieve creative, interesting results with your General Finishes (GF) Milk paints (for more info on how to apply GF milk paints and how they differ from traditional milk paints, check out my previous post).
General Finishes milk paint is a versatile paint that is perfect for a variety of looks, such as modern, aged or distressed. It’s amazingly adaptable, and has a nostalgic satin sheen that will give you the perfect timeless look you’re after.
We here at Custom Service Hardware are excited to announce that we now are carrying General Finishes Chalk paint! And even more exciting—a quart of paint is only $22, cheaper than GF Milk paint, and covers 100 square feet. If you don’t need that much, you can get a pint for $13.
Now what’s the deal with chalk paint? Continue reading “Chalk Paint –Whats the Big Deal?”
The type of finish you choose for your indoor and outdoor wood is often as important as the type of wood itself! With tons of options in dye stains, wood stains, and milk paints, it can get pretty confusing. So we’ve made a list of the different wood finishes to help you make the best decision possible for your home.