Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint is my go-to paint when I'm planning for a chippy, distressed finish. This versatile paint comes in powder form and is known for providing a farmhouse look and feel to furniture.


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This chest was quite battered when I originally found it at an estate sale. Thanks to Miss Mustard Seed's Kitchen Scale paint and White Wax, this chest has been revived and now serves as a coffee table!


Typewriter. This stately black has an old world feel to it and has quickly become a fan-favorite. You'll see a lot of variation in this black and will be pleasantly surprised by the dimension it gives a piece. 

With a handful of different whites to choose from, you can't go wrong! Farmhouse White has amazing coverage and Ironstone is closest to a true white. Seal your project with Clear Wax to preserve the true color or add the Antiquing Wax for an authentic, aged look. 


This antique chest of drawers was painted in one of my very favorite colors, Boxwood. This green is easy on the eyes and has such an earthy feel to it. Try mixing it with Curio to create a deep, olive green! 

Love this weathered look? Me too! Try layering Eulalie's Sky and Linen and then generously distress the piece so the original wood is exposed. 


Painted in Trophy and lightly distressed, this antique dresser now has a whole new life! If you love gray but are looking for something a little lighter, take a look at Schloss!