"I love Queenstown Gray and French provinicial! A client reached out to see if I could make over her bedroom set with it! So I used General Finishes Queenstown Gray and Retique It to make some new wood grain tops! Love how this set turned out! Such a classic look❤" - The Mad Hen
"Custom Vintage Glass Cabinet. A full custom build out and design. This is an old hand built rifle cabinet! Fully reworked and updated to a one of a kind display piece.
A beadboard backing was added and 4 custom built cleated shelves. Single lined bottom drawer. Vintage inspired turned legs with aged brass caster wheels add height and charm. Custom designed and hand created drawer pulls complete the look. Finished with General Finishes Queenstown Gray with antique wash that deepens the...
"Top sanded and stained in Briarsmoke. Body refinished in General Finishes Queenstown Gray and wet distressed on the edges." - Elm Street Designs
"Scratched and stained finish, mixed knobs and stickers galore. After a good cleaning and a good sanding it was painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray Milk Paint and the top was stained in General Finishes Antique Walnut Gel Stain.
To really finish off the new look we added these beautiful antique bronze knob handles and new key hole covers to match." - Upcycling by Amy
"Custom Raised Finish 4 drawer chest. Full build out/redesign of base for addition of vintage inspired turned legs with offset caster wheels. Finished in General Finishes Queenstown Gray (a deep charcoal) with Pitch Black Glaze Effects wash to add depth. All 4 drawer fronts given a hand created raised floral finish. This is not wallpaper or appliqués. A Truly unique statement piece." - Raised Expectations
"We had so much fun with this set! The dresser and nightstands were painted in General Finishes Alabaster and the king size bed was hand painted in a custom mix of GF Coastal Blue, Queenstown Gray and Driftwood. It turned out absolutely stunning!" - Duke Interiors and Restoration
"Y’all, to tell you I'm still tired from that it’s an understatement. I love my job but these pieces I keep getting continue get bigger and bigger and they’re killers
This is a special mix of General Finishes Queesntown Gray and Halcyon Blue." - Why Not Redesign
"Queenstown Gray by General Finishes is a very pretty dark gray color. It does have some cool undertones, but the depth of the color is what makes it look so good.
My client painted the frames (with guidance from me) and I sprayed the doors and drawers. It turned out to be an amazing transformation!" - Flipping Unbelievable
"This queen was created using General Finishes Empire Gray blended into Queenstown Gray! I love her elegant simplicity!" - The Boho Basement RVA
"My client gave me full creative freedom with this process and I am truly grateful for the opportunity.
Body: Queenstown Gray by General Finishes
Brushes: Square Brush & Chiseled Wedge by Zibra Paint
Stain: Briarsmoke by Varathane
Top coat on body: Big Mama’s Butta by Dixie Belle Paint Company
Top coat on top: Clear Satin Water Based Poly by Varathane" - Reviviendo by Belén
"To create this look we used:
• Custom mix of General Finishes Queenstown Gray, Lamp Black and Sunglow Milk Paint
• General Finishes Water Based Stain in Graystone and Antique Brown
• WallPops NuWallpaper from Amazon
• Hardware also from Amazon
• Rustoleum Fillable Primer to correct wood texture
• Bondo to fill the routed lines" - Saved By Design
"Painted in General Finishes Millstone and Queenstown Gray Milk Paint. In the popular dipped technique." - Revived Creations by Autumn
"The power of paint! This little cabinet will now be used as a vanity in a new Airbnb. This is a color we've mixed using Basil, Coastal Blue and Queenstown. Mixing allows so much creative freedom to achieve your perfect shade."
"This piece was damaged in my clients last move by the movers. The leg was cracked, and splitting from the back on the base to the front. We made the decision to cut part of the legs off, and build a custom base.Repaired the damage, used some good old bondo and you would never known it was man handled by the movers.
We changed out the hardware, filled the holes, primed, and painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray. Followed with my favorite topcoat, GF High Performance flat." - Revived...
"I've been enthralled with European Country interior design lately. Perhaps because it embodies everything I love about design but allows you to have elegance while maintaining casual comfort. It makes a room easy to love.
This vintage Hepplewhite dresser is petite but bold with it's convex top drawer and fluted detail. Classic in its custom French Country blue with a gray undertone. To create this look we used General Finishes custom mix using Basil, Coastal Blue and Queenstown Gray...
"After a good sanding, I painted the dresser in...
"After a good sanding, I painted the dresser in General Finishes Queenstown Gray Milk Paint. The top was stained in a custom mix of General Finishes Antique Walnut and Java Gel Stains." - Upcycling by Amy
"I posted these end tables on my page as a piece I was working on and someone asked to customize them and I took them up on it! Painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray and stained in General Finishes Antique Walnut and Java Gel Stains." - Upcycling by Amy
"WOWZA is all I can say. Started with Wise Owl Paint clear primer, coat of General Finishes Driftwood Milk Paint, Saltwash mixed with Driftwood and applied for the old world look, then layered a coat GF Queenstown Gray. Sanded it back smooth to get the Driftwood to pop out and distressed." - Repurpose 4 A New Purpose
"The table top was sanded to raw wood and sealed with General Finishes Arm-R-Seal. The base and chairs were painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray Milk Paint and sealed with High Performance Topcoat." - Just a Touch of Paint 2.0
"This dining room set is barely recognizable after its new makeover! Better yet, the bench that didn’t match before looks like it belongs as part of the set!Painted in Queenstown Gray by General Finishes and the top stripped and stained in Whitewash.Everything was sprayed with High Performance Topcoat for durability." - Flipping Unbelievable
"It was a pleasure to help our client get their island finished from their house remodel! This lovely Queenstown Gray from General Finishes gave this area some real beauty!" - Restoration Market
"I sanded off 4 coats of paint down to bare wood. Painted in a custom mix of General Finishes Westminster Green, Queenstown Gray and Lamp Black. Top drawer sanded then sealed the natural wood. Gave the base trim a “haircut” to update the style. "
Before and After: Queenstown Gray Milk Paint
Vintage MCM dresser. Custom color mixed with...
Vintage chest of drawers was treated to a makeover in...
Custom color mixed with General Finishes Westminster green, Lamp Black and Queenstown Gray to create this deep, rich shade of green/blue.
Drawer fronts were sanded and whitewashed to keep the grain light and natural.
I gave it a boost with new hairpin feet.
Six lined drawers with black hardware to match the feet.
"The power of paint. It’s really quite amazing! Don’t you agree?!! I was asked to transform the dark, dated pieces on the right into something fresh and farmhouse modern for a big girls room. OH, and add a little sparkle please!
Painted in a mix of grays (per moms request). Perfect Gray, Queenstown Gray both by General Finishes and a leftover “secret” gray I had. OH and that sparkle!! Let’s not forget that!! My first time using glitter paint!! Intense Glitter Paint by Rust-...
"Vintage MCM tallboy dresser. Custom mixed General Finishes Queenstown Gray and Lamp Black to achieve a deep, rich charcoal gray. Top drawers were sanded and stained. Original hardware!" - Elm Street Designs
Gorgeous in General Finishes Queenstown Gray Water Based Milk Paint.
"Another roadside rescue! Painted with...
"The top, hardware and drawer edges where painted with General Finishes Queenstown Gray. Sides and front stiles were painted General Finishes Perfect Gray. Face of drawers, legs and chair were left natural wood. Everything was sealed with General Finishes High Performance Flat." - Dasywill.Designs LLC
"I love getting to do different colorful things! It’s so much more fun then the typical white and gray! Although I always love those when they are done too, I just love getting to use my blues and greens! We had a great time with this job! There’s still a little bit more work that needs to be done to the trim but how pretty is this fireplace?! We painted this using General Finishes Reverent Gray, Queenstown Gray, Cardamom, Basil, and Persian Blue. To add a little sparkle we glazed the whole...
"This piece was first sanded down in the two front and top panels. Then those faces were sealed in Minwax Polyacrylic. The remainder of the headboard was hand painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray Milk Paint and then lightly distressed and sealed." - Steener's Attic Refinished, Repurposed and Antique Furniture
"Check out this beautiful kitchen we just completed! Two toned by General Finishes Seagull Gray and Queenstown Gray Milk Paints." - Sea Changes
"Even after years and years of experience with refinishing, sometimes even I still get amazed at the end result. This cabinet looks like it belongs in a high end store. My client chose Queenstown Gray by General Finishes for the color and it was definitely the right choice!" - Flipping Unbelievable
"Complete restyle for this old pine table. General Finishes Queenstown Gray and Seagull Gray compliment each other so well. Added stencils and sealed with polyvine in a flat finish." - Reloved By Mags
Bathroom vanity makeover with General Finishes Queenstown Gray Water Based Milk Paint.
"•DESI• I asked for help with choosing a color for this blank canvas! It was nearly an even split between General Finishes Queenstown Gray, Alabaster, and Persian Blue! SO I did a little custom mixing since all of General Finishes Milk Paints can be blended and came up with this lovely gray!" - Studio 111; Restoration & Transformation
"Dresser set refinished in...
"Sanded and refinished in General Finishes Lamp Black and distressed. I took Lamp Black and added a teeny tiny drop of Queenstown Gray and then painted the stencil on the drawer fronts. New hardware. Removed wood feet and added new black iron feet." - Elm Street Designs
"Six Drawer Rustic Farmhouse Chest/Buffet/Media.This solid maple wood chest has been re-engineered, redesigned and refinished. The base was completely rebuilt to accommodate its new turned wood feet. Wood accents were added to the entire bottom apron. A custom wood patterned top was built and finished to match the layered stain finish base. A custom mixed mid tone green finish of General Finishes Basil w/touch of Queenstown added was created and given an antique aged wash of GF Van Dyke Brown...
"This beautiful mid century dresser lasted less than an hour in my inventory before a client dropping off a custom piece snagged it up for her son's room! The top and bottom two drawers were stained in General Finishes Espresso Water Based Stain while the rest was painted in one of my favorite grays, GF Queenstown Gray. New brushed gold hardware completed this update!" - Nap Time Furniture Creations
"A beautiful table that needed a modern makeover to blend in with my clients decor. General Finishes Queenstown Gray and Seagull Gray never lets me down ." - Reloved By Mags
"Undeterred, we take on even purple to transform into a sophisticated, elegant grey lady. Refinished top stained in special walnut, Queenstown Gray frame, and new champagne bronze ring pulls."- Blue Hen
"It’s always fun to give a little update to a room. General Finishes Milk Paint is a way to add new life to household items. I used Queenstown Gray with Pitch Black Glaze and High Performance flat." - Kimbellishments
"This cabinet is looking FRESH! After a good sanding I painted the base in General Finishes Queenstown Gray and decided to leave the top natural and just seal it in GF High Performance Top coat in Flat (P.S.- really didn't change the color of the wood at all!)" - Upcycling by Amy
We mixed Queenstown, Lamp Black and Emerald for this custom smoky green.
"This small vintage buffet was refinished in General Finishes Queenstown Gray, distressed and waxed. The top and legs were refinished in General Finishes Water Based Walnut stain and top coated. The ornate hardware was refinished in an antique bronze and white gold. A beautiful paisley upholstery fabric was placed on the inside to add the finishing touches." - Estrella Design
"I just love how this vintage china hutch turned out. Painted in a custom mix of General Finishes Lamp Black and Queenstown Gray, a gorgeous color was made. I’ll call it Graphite Gray! The legs and shelves were stripped to bare wood and stained in walnut gel stain. New hardware complete the look. I just love her new makeover. Definitely a one of a kind piece" - Vintage Actually Decor