FUSION MINERAL PAINT

Fusion Mineral Paint requires minimal prep and has a built in top coat making it a great paint for beginners and experts alike! With zero VOC's and high durability, Fusion Mineral Paint is a great option for DIY furniture projects!

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Painted in Inglenook, this dresser is the perfect blue for someone who loves turquoise but is looking for something a little softer in color.

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The exterior of this wine cabinet was painted in Park Bench, a bold choice of green, while the interior was accented with Coral.

This customer-owned cabinet was finished in Casement, a true bright white! This piece was then distressed giving it a modern farmhouse feel.

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The gray driftwood look of this dining table was created using layers of paint and stain. Start by lightly layering grays and whites, like Goddess Ashwagandha and Casement, and then finish with the highly durable Driftwood Stain and Finishing Oil. Be sure to grab a pack of the Fusion Mineral Applicator Pads as they are perfect for wiping back the stain! 

Painted in Seaside and then finished with a Black Wax, this is a favorite paint and wax combination. The dark wax brings depth to this coastal blue allowing it to take on a whole new look and feel!

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This paint color is actually the same green seen on the wine cabinet above but with a dark wax over top! Painted in Park Bench and finished with Black Wax, it's easy to see how mixing paint with different waxes can bring a whole new look and feel to a piece and allow for countless different finishes.

Fusion Mineral Paint comes in 50+ colors, so be sure to

head over and check them all out!