"Words cannot express how incredibly in love with this dresser we are! It went from a complete sticky mess, bound for the trash, to an amazing one of a kind piece for our home! We painted it in the most lovely Midnight Blue by General Finishes and added new metal hairpin legs to complete the farmhouse industrial look." - A Ray of Sunlight
"This desk is solid rock maple... probably the sturdiest, well-built piece we have ever seen... We felt it needed to be a lightly distressed navy so that the maple could peek through. So it got General Finishes Chalk Style Paint in Midnight Blue, followed by a protective coat of Satin Laquer." - Rundown Rustics
This delightful little dry sink was refinished with a custom color mix by Flipping Fabulous! Color was obtained by mixing Coral Crush and Queenstown Gray Milk Paint and Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint.
"Loving this little beauty! This secretary's legs were darkened using General Finishes Java Gel Stain, with a custom mix up top (Coral Crush, Queenstown (Milk Paint), Midnight Blue (Chalk Style Paint) glazed with Van Dyke Glaze Effects." - Flipping Fabulous
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What a statement this piece makes by By Michelle! The body of this buffet was painted in General Finishes Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint while the tray drawers were lined with decorative paper and light gray paint. Sealed with High Performance Topcoat.
Fun and bold cabinet in GF Midnight Blue & Key West Blue Chalk Style Paint and Persimmon Milk Paint by Flipping Fabulous
Beautiful classic dresser in GF Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint.
Dionne of Turquoise Iris blows us away once more with this gorgeous dresser! Painted in layers of Key West Blue and Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint, and Persimmon Milk Paint.
Be sure to see more riveting pieces finished by Dionne at her blogspot at http://theturquoiseiris.blogspot.com/
"The color on the body of the dresser is Midnight Blue Chalk Style. It is a very deep, deep blue, almost black; A very rich and sophisticated color which I think works nicely on modern furniture or traditional. I applied two coats of this color. The paint is self leveling so you can’t see brush marks. To seal I applied three coats of Gray Gel Stain A little of this goes a LONG way. I still am on my first can. I like how easy it is to apply. When applying it looks white but when dry it...
Can't enough of this nautical antique side table GF Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint by Soul Patina!
Sue Schumacher of Emmazie Grace Creations celebrated the holiday weekend by painting this repurposed desk as the American Flag!
She explains, "Finished this desk using Antique White and Tuscan Red Milk Paints and Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint. I then sealed it with HP flat and distressed it."
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This handsome dresser got a new look with General Finishes Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint.
Dresser transformed with General Finishes Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint.
Patina Paradise brought this empire desk back to life with General Finishes Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint. Patina Paradise says, "The paint went on thick, gave great coverage in one coat and it dried very quickly. I love the flat finish. The color reminds me of new denim." Get all the details of this project at goo.gl/t5D9FU
Absolutely loving this GF Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint cabinet from Cupcakes and Crowbars! Dee of Cupcakes and Crowbars says, "I LOVE this cabinet now, and am so glad I didn’t banish it to the yard sale realm. If I had, I wouldn’t have had the chance to try out General Finishes Chalk Style Paint – which, in case you’re wondering, goes on like butter. It isn’t gritty. It isn’t clumpy or weird. It’s really, really good. It took me two coats on the bulk of the cabinet to get perfect coverage...
Get The Look: Create this Custom Color Milk Paint Mix using 1 part GF Patina Green MIlk Paint and 1 part Midnight Blue Chalk Style Paint. Check out the YouTube video here.