Transformed Bombay Chest

Yesterday I was the guest painter at Furniture Affair.  I got the chance to meet so many lovely ladies while painting this little chest.  For this project, I used CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk Paint painting a layer of Vintage White and then a second layer of Young Wheat.  Love these colors together!  After the paint was completely dry, I proceeded to rub all over the chest with a damp cloth to exposed the white and some of the natural wood tones.  Then I used CeCe’s clear wax for the final finishing touch and for protection.

Thank you Furniture Affair for having me.  I look forward to next time!

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  1. This looks great. I haven’t tried CeCe Caldwell’s paints yet but I have been wanting to. I’ve looked at some of your other posts and love your color choices – we definitely have some similar taste!

    • Thanks so much Carrie. Furniture Affair is a distributor of CeCe’s paint. I had never used it before I went in to be a guest painter for them. I don’t think it’s quite as thick as ASCP, it’s just as easy to use and has the same wonderful results. I agree with you…I think we have very similar taste! Have a wonderful night!

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  3. Hi Judy

    Love how this turned out – I haven’t used CeCe’s paint either, but if it works like ASCP then I’ll have to give it a try.

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