Caromal Colours Distressing Samples 61-80 Up Close And Personal


This is the FOURTH set  of the EIGHTY Barnworn Distressed Caromal Colours sample finishes  that I have created.

Set One can be seen here – Caromal Colours Distressing Samples 1-20 Up Close And Personal

Set Two can be seen here- Caromal Colours Distressing Samples 21-40, Up Close And Personal

Set Three can be seen here – Caromal Colours Distressing Samples 41-60 Up Close And Personal

Colonial Blue over Putty, light texture

Putty over Cobblestone, light texture

Putty ove r Mustard, light texture

Candy Apple over Chocolate, light texture

Parchment over Putty, textured

Cobblestone over Paprika, light texture

Bayberry over Pumpkin, light texture

Pumpkin over Candy Apple, light texture

Bayberry over Candy Apple, light texture

Putty over Chocolate, medium texture

Candy Apple over Peppercorn, medium texture

Colonial Blue over Bayberry, light texture

Parchment over Candy Apple, brushed smooth

Colonial Blue over Paprika, light texture

Parchment over Mustard, light texture

Bayberry over Peppercorn, medium texture

Mustard over Candy Apple, light texture

Candy Apple over Bayberry, light texture

All of these sample finishes were created using this-

Caromal Colours Barnworn Kit


If you are interested in purchasing 3×4 inch wood sample finishes, made to your order, click here


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7 responses to “Caromal Colours Distressing Samples 61-80 Up Close And Personal

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  3. I have been taking woodworking classes at the local college and have several projects done but just haven’t finished painting because I have no idea what I want. I just finished a cupboard for above my washer and dryer and would like to finish it with the worn look. My walls are antique white and a shelf and bench on the opposite wall is oak (stained and varnished). My floors are neutral. I am leaning towards the mustard over candy apple or candy apple over peppercorn. I also like the cobblestone over peppercorn. This is what drives me nuts. I like too many things and can’t decide. I have several pieces painted black in other rooms so was wanting to try something differant. Help!

    • Hi Julie,

      So you crafted that cabinet above your washer dryer? Thats pretty cool, if so!

      With your walls antique white, you can do any color/combo… all the combinations you mentioned are pretty –

      here is a good visual deciding if you’d rather see mustard overall or candy apply overall –

      even though 1/2 is just mustard and 1/2 just candy apple (whereas you’d have another color being distessed through) this will still give you a good idea of what color you’d see the most of – so invision that around your appliances and next to your walls.

      the mustard/candy apple combo would be much like this , depending how you distress (heavier, chunkier, less etc) – this is mustard over paprika but both reds looks similar when used under other colors –

      the cobblestone over peppercorn would look similar to this – cobblestone over chocolate (in this one we did heavier more chunky distressing)

      maybe try each combo that you like, on different projects? 🙂

  4. Hi Patty,
    I stumbled upon your blog last week while I was trying to figure out what I am going to do with a passed down amwair. I had a hard time deciding between paprica over peppercorn or candy apple over peppercorn. I got back on yesterday to order and read you’ve been Virginia Beach last week. I wish I would have known, that’s were I live! I could have gone to the coloseum to see these paints for myself. Oh well. I did end up ordering the candy apple over peppercorn yesterday. I used the PattyH code, so I hope you get credit for the order. I’ve gotten a few emails from other people, so you may want to check into it. Your blog is great, and I can’t wait to try the paints. Thanks again, I’ll send photos if it comes out looking good.

  5. I can’t believe I hit send before spellcheck! Sorry.

  6. Hi Heidi,

    lolol – sometimes spell check makes it worse, especially on my phone! So you get to live where us Northern folks vacation, eh? Had a great time… loved the beach, hated the traffic 🙂

    The paprika over peppercorn and the candy apple over peppercorn are similiar enough – the candy apple is more distinguished … but I’ve said to others, if you had to get a red under black, and only had one red, either would work in a pinch to give a simliiar look….. so you cant go wrong with either choice, really – its one of my favorite combos….

    Thanks for the kudos on my blog (and for using my code 🙂 ) and yes, please share your experience – I know already it will be lovely! The nice thing too is, if you are only doing an armchair, you will have product left over – so you can find other uses for the candy apple or peppercorn on its own, or even the reverse – red over black! Happy painting…..

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