"Refinished this mahogany chest of drawers in Black Pepper (Chalk Style Paint) with HPTC in satin. It now looks amazing again ❤" - Amini Design Ashburn
This classy dresser was given a fresh outlook thanks to Why Not Redesign! Custom color mix made with GF Queenstown Gray Milk Paint and Black Pepper Chalk Style Paint.
My Reclaimed Heart refreshed this vanity with General Finishes Black Pepper Chalk Style Paint.
The Vintage Estate reclaimed this Tiger Oak Empire Buffet using General Finishes Black Pepper Chalk Style Paint! You can find this piece and many others at the Carver Junk Company in Minneapolis!
Carver Junk Company is located at 4748 Chicago Ave Minneapolis, MN 55407.
2016 Design Challenge Entry - Professionals Upcycled Furniture
"Secretary desk painted in General Finishes Black Pepper, Rembrandt Red & Chalk White Chalk Style Paint. Sealed with Flat out Flat & Arm-R-Seal in High gloss. I used antique pocket watch faces as backplates."
"Antique theater chairs I purchased from a church in Denver. I purchased a few sets and slowly refinishing and painting them. I embraced the imperfections! Here's a set of 3 I did today. General Finishes Black Pepper Chalk Style Paint & Arm-R-Seal oil-based topcoat. The seats & backs were sanded. 50/50 pre-stain & Polyvine Walnut Stain & Seal. Dead flat wax finish was used to seal the seats & backs." - Stephanie of Rehab to Fab
"Once again your products amaze me. I have been loving your Chalk Style Paints but really wanted to do a deep navy piece. After seeing one with the color I loved, of course the products used were yours, but they were Milk Paints. Now I had not used your Milk Paints yet and really shied away from them for reasons I really don't know. After being told what two colors to mix I went to my local retailer and got input from her. After finding out I could mix Chalk Style and Milk Paints, I bought some...
"I LOVE this look! I recently finished and dropped off this chest and some succulent wall planters at Carver Junk Company Minneapolis. Painted with Black Pepper Chalk Style Paint and stained with a custom color mix of GF's Antique Walnut and Java Gel Stain." - Bee's Knees
See more of Bee's Knees pieces by stopping at Carver Junk Company Minneapolis at 4748 Chicago Ave. Minneapolis, MN 55407!
Kelly of Soul Patina used Chalk Style Paint for this petite desk do-over!
She explains, "I tried your new paint in Black Pepper. Love it! Also I finished it in HPTC Satin.”
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DeDe of Designed Decor is GF's April 2016 Blogger of the Month and she created this amazingly beautiful decoupaged wallpaper dresser!
"I stained the top of the dresser using General Finishes Black Gel Stain and sealed it with the Gel TopCoat sealer. This was the first time I used the Gel TopCoat sealer and I really like how easy it was to use. I will be using it again. I covered over the stained top and sprayed the dresser using General Finishes Chalk Style Paint in Black Pepper. Once...
Susan Davis of Meme's Ewenique Boutique restyle this chest of drawers with General Finishes Black Pepper and Bayberry Green Chalk Style Paints as well as Sunglow and Snow White Milk Paints. It was aslo accented with GF Van Dyke Brown Glaze Effects. So creative!
This drool worthy chair was refinished by Restore to More using GF's Black Pepper Chalk Style Paint.
"This week, I was lucky enough to try General Finishes new chalk paint line. I mixed half part Black Pepper to half part Empire Gray and created a gorgeous deep gray/almost black hue. While drying, I dabbed the black onto my brush to basically streaked it over the deep gray. I only lightly brushed over the detailed sides to highlight the design and then used 220 grit sandpaper to distress it. The whole piece was easily sealed in General Finishes Flat Out Flat topcoat. I used a simple sponge...
The Tattered Orange Blossom gave this dresser a much needed makeover! It was painted with GF Black Pepper Chalk Style Paint. Definitely a more sophisticated look!