"Hunter Green" Dining Set

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"I mixed General Finishes Coastal Blue with Emerald Green, and while I was going for a dark teal, it came out more like a Hunter Green. Which was still so pretty and really compliments the wood tones. I watered down the paint about 50/50, and brushed it on just like I was painting, but a thinner coat. Once dry, I sanded heavily with 80 or 120 grit paper. It left it looking pretty scratchy, so everything got a coat of High Performance Poly in flat finish. It gives it a really pretty shine, and seals everything up. The table top was refinished in General Finishes Antique Walnut Gel Stain and sealed with two more coats of HP Poly in flat finish." - Roots & Wings Furniture    
Post Date
April 26, 2016