(This is a sponsored post for Fusion Mineral Paint and Muddaritaville Studio stencils.)
Do you love to paint furniture, but always assumed that you could not paint glass – for cabinet doors, full-size doors, table tops, serving trays, dishware, and more? Thanks to my exciting collaboration with Fusion Mineral Paint, we are debuting ten fabulous new tutorials, created just for you! Each one will demonstrate new skills for you to learn, using all water-based products from Fusion, and a few unexpected surprises.
We’re beginning the series with reverse-painted round table glass. I have a cute old round table that is painted Fusion Coal Black, and it needed some bling. I bought a 30″ round piece of glass, pulled together my paint and materials, and wow!
(This is a sponsored post featuring Fusion Mineral Paint and Muddaritaville Studio stencils.)
What! Painting glass? On cabinet doors, table tops, artwork, dishware, table runners? Did you always assume it’s just not possible?
It’s time to discover a whole new outlet for your painting craving using Fusion Mineral Paint products! We have teamed up to develop 10 FREE all new reverse-painted (originally from the French verre églamisé) online glass projects for your home, gifts, weddings, Etsy shop, whatever you want.
I am easing back to work after foot surgery and excited to share my recent skinny cabinet find for our unusual entry hallway. I wrote about our courtyard entry that features an odd long but wide hallway a few weeks ago. Since then I have had NO conscious intention of shopping for anything new. But, one day I woke up and realized my driving days were about to end for a few weeks. Off I went to my favorite stop near the High Point Furniture Market, Blue Ocean Traders.
HOW DO YOU ADD MOROCCAN STYLE TO A 1970s RANCH HOME?
I have shopped ’til I dropped in Marrakech three wonderful times. How lucky am I? Most recently, my travel and interior designer friend Sandra Barron and I led the Magical Morocco Girl Trip with a fab group of ladies in February. (Pre-virus mania, but just.) For eight gorgeous, not-a-cloud-in-the-sky days we ventured out from our luxe home base at Maison28 Marrakech, most days to shop like crazy. Rugs and textiles were on everyone’s wish list.
My personal shopping goal was to add Moroccan touches – some small and some large – to several rooms in our home. I don’t want to have a Moroccan-themed house by any means. I focused my manic shopping adventures on color, texture, and warmth additions to enhance the casual cozy look we already have going in every room.