This was my first chalk paint experience. I was very nervous to say the least. I had purchased a small cabinet from an estate sale and was going to try my hand at refurbishing it for our new home. I chose Vintage Paint in Oyster and covered it with Boucle' in Saxony. It was so easy. I really enjoyed the process and found myself being like a kid at Christmas waiting for the next day to come so I could do the next coat! It turned out better than I expected and I cannot wait to show off what was once an outdated cabinet with a new fresh classy look!!
Saxony was just the ticket for "Mr. Roper's" drawers. I love the look of Boucle' on Mid Century peices! The video tutorial makes it a breeze to use.
When I first saw this paint treatment I couldn't wait to get my hands on some because I knew exactly which project I wanted to use it on. I had a MCM highboy chest that I was going to be restoring and selling and knew this would put it over the top.
I bought Saxony and used it over Magnolia.
I really loved how easy it was to apply especially after watching the video.
While I was waiting for the drawers to dry I painted the cabinet Navy.
I think the combination is stunning and apparently so did my customers because it sold in just a couple of days for full price. The customer that purchased the chest ordered a second piece for the room that will also have the same Navy & Boucle' treatment too!
Very cool and incredibly easy to use!
I painted my Grandmothers dining table with the Boucle Saxony. It is a 60 year old hard rock maple and has 3 additional leaves that are not in the picture. I used a mint green color with purple blended in from the sides under the Boucle. I left the legs plain. I used the Satin Topcoat.
It came out great! I am starting another table in Boucle for sale. Blue this time. I learned that I would rather roll the topcoat then brush it.
I bought the Boucle and the Dumpster Diva paint for my husband Randy Blair to do some projects with. He loves it and so do I. Happy customers!
I'm unable to send a photo as I'm still waiting for a response from why my paint was returned to you and I'm still waiting for it!