"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
Patina Green and Queenstown mix. Drawers refinished with GF Dye stain in Medium brown. Sealed in HPTC Flat.
"Beautifully finished two piece Temple Stuart Rock maple hutch painted with General Finishes Queenstown Gray Milk Paint." - Cinderella's Attic
Loving this faux card catalog in a custom mix of General Finishes Queenstown Gray + Lamp Black + Patina Green Milk Paint.
"This custom order dresser is all done!! It’s been painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray and the drawers were stained in Antique Walnut Gel Stain." - Designs by Willow Farms
Fresh and modern in General Finishes Queenstown Gray Milk Paint
"This equisite sofa table was refinished in General Finishes Queenstown Gray, lightly distressed and waxed. The top was refinished with Provincial stain and top coated for added protection." - Estrella Design
"This vintage oak side table received a fresh new update and is ready for a new home. The top has been sanded down and stained in General Finishes Java Gel Stain and painted in Queenstown Gray Milk Paint." - Designs by Willow Farms
"Finished up this cute set of tables in General Finishes Queenstown Gray and used dark walnut stain on the tops. Now this mismatched set is seamlessly coordinated." - Blu Soul Design
"Beautiful solid wood buffet freshly painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray and the the top was sanded down and freshly stained in GF’s Antique Walnut Gel Stain the bottom three drawers were also sanded and stained Antique Walnut. Stained areas were poly coated and the rest was dark waxed for protection."
"Completely Refinished Vintage Solid Wood Desk. This piece which included the top and all the drawers was completely sanded down. I did burn the top and drawers to help accentuate that amazing wood grain (still trying to figure out the species of wood...). Several coats of polyurethane were applied to provide a well protected work surface. The remainder of the piece was hand painted with General Finishes Queenstown Gray. This unique color almost reminds me of slate which pulls in both blues and...
"This combination is one of my very favorites on oak! This set was painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray while the tops were stained in Graystone Water Based Wood Stain. New hardware from D. Lawless Hardware complete this beautiful transformation!!" - Nap Time Furniture Creations
Beautiful 9 drawer dresser transformed with General Finishes Queenstown Gray Milk Paint and Medium Brown Dye Stain by Moses Restorations.
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"This Henredon dresser was chosen from my inventory to be a young boy's dresser. I created the custom color using General Finishes Lamp Black, Queenstown Gray and Driftwood. The whole thing, drawers included were top coated in HPTC (High Performance Topcoat) Flat."
"Finished painting the outdoor playhouse for my neighbor. The sides were painted in General Finishes Blue Moon, trim in Antique White, and the door in Queenstown Gray. The milk paint is exterior rated, but I also top coated with Exterior 450. My neighbor built the playhouse and I helped paint it all. I love how this project turned out. It’s not a service that I offer, but since my kids will be using this I agreed to help. The kids are lucky to have such a fun place to play, and they all had a...
"Just finished up this fabulous Primitive Table and Chair. Perfect set for parents working from home these days including their kids schooling remotely.
Although not a match and bought separately I still think both of them paired well.
This primitive table had years of gentle use do it was sanded down and then sealed in a Polyurethane. The base was then painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray. It was my first time using this color and I love it! The shade leans towards the blue side...
Gorgeous executive campaign desk in General Finishes Queenstown Gray Milk Paint
"General Finishes Queenstown Gray was a great choice for this cute nightstand/end table. Knobs are sprayed gold and we finished this piece off with a bit of distressing." - Refurbished by Sweet Threepeats
"By far, this dresser is my favorite piece we have ever done, and we get to look at it everyday! When we found out we were having a boy this dresser came to mind. I knew I wanted a unique look, I wanted a mix of wood and metal and a dark blue. Soon after, this dresser came along and I claimed it as ours! We used General Finishes Arm-R-Seal to bring out the beautiful raw wood and painted the rest Queenstown Gray, then we finished it off with some new hardware to complete the look!" - Moses...
"Loving the wood tone with this dark color. Painted in Queenstown Gray by General Finishes."
"I love how this timeless beauty turned out! The serpentine top drawers combined with the curved sides gives this piece just the right amount of details! The color, size, and design of this antique dresser makes it an ideal piece for any decor. The back is also painted so this piece can go against a wall or stand on its own.
For the body I used General Finishes Queenstown Gray, it’s a very smooth, deep charcoal grey. I absolutely love it!! I then lightly distressed along the edges, and...
"This one is a keeper! My husband got this record cabinet for free from a friend. After removing the old door and speaker sections, I added two new doors from the Habitat for Humanity ReStore and painted everything in General Finishes Queenstown Gray. The top was stripped and sealed to reveal a gorgeous wood grain.
This will hold my dad’s record collection which I recently inherited, so has special meaning to me. Lots of records will be played on this piece, as it was originally...
Beautiful dresser painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray and lightly coated with black wax for added characteristics."
"Goodbye 90’s orange oak! Painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray with the tops stained in Graystone, a water based stain. New glass knobs and aged pewter cup pulls from D. Lawless Hardware complete this transformation!"
"Refinished in a custom General Finishes blend of Queenstown Gray and Lamp Black. It's a very dark gray that's almost black and I love it!"
"Gorgeous tv console, entryway table, coffee bar or even a small dresser! The possibilities are endless with this one. Painted in General Finishes Queenstown Gray and sealed in Flat Out Flat. The top was sanded down and stained with a hickory gel stain with high gloss sealer. I cleaned up the hardware and glazed them using GF Pitch Black glaze to give them some depth. The drawers are lined in cute little pattern. She is very old but she’s still sitting pretty!"
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"After a good sanding, I painted the desk and chair in General Finishes Queenstown Gray Milk Paint and the top is stained in GF Whitewash Water Based Stain to really highlight the beautiful wood grain! The whole piece was sealed and is ready to be a cute little office space for years to come." - Upcycling by Amy
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"This sweet piece is ready to go!! Refurbished in General Finishes Queenstown Gray and distressed to have a weathered look, it's perfect as a little buffet or entryway piece."
"One of my favorite things is when a client gives me an inspiration picture for the furniture she wants me to makeover. It was fun to layer all the colors to get just the right depth and texture for this entry table. I used General Finishes paint in Perfect Gray, Queenstown Gray, Snow White, Seagull Gray, mixed a few combinations in between, and did a subtle white wash over it all. I love how it turned out!
Inspiration picture is by Andrea at @lifeoncedarlane on Instagram. Her styling is...
Oh Pearl, you’re the sweetest girl!
She’s a light and petite vintage dresser with attitude. First painted in ...
Custom mix of General Finishes Empire Gray, Queenstown Gray and Dark Chocolate for the darker shade. Glazed with black glaze and the lighter color is Driftwood. Floral transfer from redesign with prima.
"You won’t want to keep your distance from Cliff. He is charming, versatile and neutral. Besides using him as a dresser he would make a great changing table, entry catch-all or even a media center. His body is a custom light gray color mixed with General Finishes Empire Gray and Snow White and slight distressing. The drawers have been rebuilt, painted in GF Queenstown and now function perfectly with updated matte black hardware. The top is in stained in a layer of Minwax weathered oak followed...
"This french provincial buffet was refinished in General Finishes Empire Gray with dry brushing and shading of Queenstown Gray and antique brown glaze over the entire piece. Hardware is now a hammered black. Top was sanded and re-stained with a custom mix to create a rustic look."
"These nightstands (or should we say “dressers”) have gorgeous oak grain running throughout, hand painted in a medium gray (custom mix of GF Perfect Gray + Queenstown Gray) with dark gray glazing, original hardware and fabric drawer liners in top two drawers for an extra pop of character. Tops are heavily glazed with dark glazing and protected with a satin poly finish."
"This is one of those pieces that reminds me I really ❤️ what I do. This dresser was a gift from my clients grandfather when she was a young girl. And while it was pretty beaten up she just couldn’t stand to part with it. So she asked me if there was anything that could be done to bring this sentimental piece back to life and I was up for the challenge!
After several repairs I started by sanding down the pine top and staining it with General Finishes Java Gel Stain. The body of the...
"Who loves to decorate their mantel? Here’s mine at our home. I painted my fireplace last year using Queenstown Gray from General Finishes and stenciled the marble inset with Bead Board and Little Black Dress from DIY Paint and Royal Design Studio Stencil. And how about that fabulous star from On The Surface!"
"Solid wood Bassett set with beautiful wood tops. Custom gray created using General Finishes Antique White and Queenstown Gray."
Awesome kitchen cabinet transformation with a custom mix of General Finishes Queenstown Gray + Coastal Blue Milk Paint.
"It's hard to capture the green on this custom set but it's amazing! This color is a custom mix of General Finishes Basil, Queenstown Gray, and Westminster Green. The drawers got a wash with layers of White and Gray glazes. I love this green so much I've already picked out a piece for the store I'll be painting this color ❤"
Gorgeous vintage washstand has been refinished with a custom mix of General Finishes Queenstown Gray and Seagull Gray Milk Paint with the wood left natural.
"This beautiful and stately vanity/desk has been beautifully updated in a gorgeous gray (Queenstown Gray) from General Finishes. The top and legs were sanded and protected with Arm R Seal to show the gorgeous grain. The mirror was painted to match but also has a stunning wood ‘crown.’ New cup hardware from D. Lawless Hardware completes the look! Matching chair with a modern plaid design. This would be gorgeous in an entryway, makeup vanity, or even bathroom!"
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"A simple redo of an antique oak dresser. Simple but beautiful. I used all General Finishes products (my favorite). Antique Walnut Gel Stain on the drawer faces, Queenstown Gray Milk Paint on the exterior with Van Dyke Brown glaze. Everything is sealed with a 50/50 mix of Satin and Flat - High Performance Top Coat."
"This solid wood mid century Kling dresser has been given an industrial makeover! The maple top was sanded and left natural. The body was painted in Queenstown Gray from General Finishes and new card catalog hardware completes the look!"
General Finishes Queenstown Gray and Antique White milk paints were used to create this Chalky effect on this pretty chest of drawers. I wet blended the colors during application and then added a little DIY Paint Kissing booth for a pop of color. The top was painted in Antique White and glazed with a custom gray glaze. The body of the dresser was sealed with General Finishes High Performance Topcoat in Satin. Then the beautiful IOD Transfer was applied. I sealed again with the HP Satin...
This piece is definitely in my top 3 of favorite pieces I have ever done. The minute I picked up the dresser I knew I wanted to use a transfer on it. I found the new colored transfers and fell in love with the design. I painted the base in a deep gray, Queenstown Gray, painted the drawers in Seagull Gray, light enough to make the transfer pop. The transfer was the crowning glory. It looks perfect with the chosen colors. After sanding the top I felt a stain was needed to show off the...
Ahhhh.... the snow white dream kitchen! Who wouldn't love to shuffle into this beauty each morning for that perfect cup of coffee! These cabinets once boasted a stained and glazed Tuscan look, but the final stage of this kitchen transformation was painting the cabinets a beautiful pristine white. We all know how hard pure white can be to achieve that perfect look, but General Finishes milk paint in Snow White rose to the task! The island compliments in General Finishes milk paint in...
This kitchen was overload of honey oak, when starting, making it outdated and dark. It was quickly modernized into a brighter space by painting the cabinets and updating the hardware. The kitchen island was painted a different color to add some contrast.