Before And After Big Brass Chandelier Transformed The Caromal Way…

Dana is a local client that has use the Caromal paints for a few projects in her house.    She’s the proud owner of this dining room table, finished in Textured Basecoat Chocolate-

https://fabulousfinishes.wordpress.com/2010/11/16/a-formal-dining-room-tablethe-caromal-colours-way/

and a very cool shabby chic armoire that she owes me photos on  :).

Her most recent project,  a Great Room brass chandelier –

They rented our scaffold and got it done!

What an awesome transformation!

Working off those ladders ended up being very worth it, don’t you think?

LOVE ! ! !

You can use Smooth Basecoat (Chocolate) or Reclaim Mocha as your basecoat – it sticks to almost anything, including metal.  When the one layer is dry, brush/stipple on Modern Masters Statuary Bronze until you are satisfied.  Toner over top will age your metallic finish nicely, then when dry seal it well with your favorite topcoat (I like the wipe on Min Wax poly).

You can find all of the above at my store – be sure to book mark it, and note my coupon codes  PattyH for $2 off shipping and PattyH5 for 5 off shipping.

LET CAROMAL COLOURS ROCK YOUR world!

Head to my store   SHOP.FABFINISHER.COM   for all of your Caromal needs  – including perfect 8 ounce samplers of the Textured Basecoats,  Reclaim, and even Metallic Paints – a great way to experiment with color combinations!

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2 responses to “Before And After Big Brass Chandelier Transformed The Caromal Way…

  1. Wow! what a transformation, what patience!

    I didn’t even know there was a smooth basecoat!

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