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Although Cadet is one of our past colors, you can achieve this color by adding a little raven to our Midnight Blue.
These detailed tables were painted in our Oyster Gray Acrylic-Chalk Paint. Wet distressed to bring out the details. A light coating of sheer and ebony liquid wax was applied for an antiqued look. The tops were sanded down (they were a mess), then I applied our Espresso Gel Stain over them. Once dried, I took #220 sand paper to pull back so of the gel stain to give it a more rustic look. I just love painting detailed pieces like this. Painting them really helps the details pop. Artist: Susan @ Two Dogs and A Paintbrush
Stone is a medium grayish tan color. Looks amazing with Oyster Gray and Limestone Acrylic-Paint. This picture make the table look blue. However, there are no blue hues to this color. Rhonda followed ups with our Limewax over the piece. Limewax not only gives a piece a white washed look, but it protects the piece. It is a waterbased wax.
One of our new colors of 2018 is Deep Ocean. Such a beautiful blue green combination. After painting Deep Ocean, it was followed by Pearl Liquid Wax. Then followed by dry brushing our Golden Nugget Metallic Liquid Wax. These were picked to get the shimmery look while protecting the paint.
Artist: Two Dogs and A Paintbrush