10 Chalk Painted Furniture That Will Leave You Speechless

At this point, you probably already know what chalk paint is and why it is so successful when it comes to restoring antique furniture. And is that chalk paint, apart from achieving a beautiful aged finish, is super easy to apply. Come on, you can do it yourself with complete peace of mind. As if this were not enough, chalk paint does not require varnishing, and it is very affordable. Cool right? We are declared fans of this type of painting, and the 50 pieces of furniture that you are about to see prove it!

1. ADAPTED TO THE TONES OF THE LIVING ROOM

This old Gustavian dresser was adapted to the tones of the living room thanks to the slightly pickled chalk paint, keeping the handles in black to match the base of the lamp, to generate a very successful point of contrast.

2. DARE WITH COLOR

If your hall is primarily decorated in neutral tones, a dresser or sideboard in a cheerful color like turquoise will give it all the life it needs. For an aged effect, apply a few coats of chalk paint, exposing some traces of the original wood. We assure you that the look will be total!

3. WHY NOT PAINT THE CABINET FRONTS?

Cabinet doors will earn style points if you decide to paint them with chalk paint to match the colors of the room. In this way, the whole will be completely visually integrated. Don’t forget to clean before painting!

4. RECOVERED ESSENCE

Stop thinking that that table you found in the townhouse is hopeless, and give it a coat of chalk paint, you will surely change your mind! This example illustrates it perfectly: a small and old wooden table that was reinvented by painting the base in white, keeping the tabletop with its original wood.

5. A SCREEN WITH A SOUL OF ITS OWN

Lately, the screens are not very visible, but they are still a fabulous element to gain privacy and add style to any room. We have fallen in love with this screen painted in chalk in blue with an aged effect!

6. PINK IS A TREND IN CHALK PAINT

If pink is one of your favorite colors you are in luck because it is a trend in chalk paint. Look how good this old cupboard looks! A different tone aged interior helps accentuate the dishes.

7. A VERY SPECIAL SHOWCASE

Sky blue is not a very common color for furniture, but in this cabinet, it looks especially good thanks to the chalk paint and the slightly worn effect of the wood. All this to match the chair and cushions, very fresh!

8. THAT STRIPPED OBJECT OF DESIRE

If the furniture is dark, you have to wash the wood first, and once you finish the whole process, you will have to give it a layer of chalk paint in white, always showing part of the washed wood.

9. A STRIPPED LOOK FOR A CLASSIC TABLE

The top of this classic-style dining table was a very fine veneer and could not be stripped. The solution? Make an imitation of wood with two coats of dark wax on top, and of course, paint it in the tea room color of Chalk Paint.

10. CHALK PAINTED FURNITURE: THE BEST RENOVATION PLAN

The paint chalk can work miracles in any old furniture that puts him ahead. These classic dining room chairs, for example, wouldn’t be the same without that lovely coat of white chalk paint with a slight stripping effect.

 

Tags: bathroom, chalk painted furniture, decor, decorations, dining room, furniture, home decor, interior design, living room, product design

Author: Renata Kralevska

 

A passionate female writer, I specialize in articles about architecture and home interiors. I love sharing insights and inspiration to help readers create beautiful and functional living spaces.

 

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