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Do you like the colonial pine style furniture? I still like the shape of these pieces but the orange pine veneer has well and truly had its day for me. I do think the truly solid pine pieces, with quality timber are different. I guess that means maybe I do have a trends impact on my likes and dislikes. The 1990’s were full or orange colonial pine veneer and my bed, built in wardrobes and chest of drawers were all in this matching style. I have since painted the lot! This hall table has a great shape, and I love…Read More
(I was gifted the 3 sample pots from Haymes for this project and was an outreach blogger for Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan at the time of posting) I am sharing how to paint a metal outdoor chair today, using the month of September colours highlighted by Haymes, from their 2015 Colour Expressions Forecast – Limebright, Tinkerbell and Hello Yellow. I grabbed some sample pots thanks to Haymes, and brought back this old metal outdoor chair we inherited from my Mother in Law when she passed away. I always loved it but we never really used it. For a while I…Read More
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