Jackie Paints Her Formica Pub Tables With Caromal Colours And Bronze…

Several of these –

A layer of textured basecoat Peppercorn first,  stippled a bit…  then a stencil applied with more Peppercorn –

Black dries, and table gets dry brushed with metallic statuary bronze.  When the bronze dried, Jackie sanded back to the black texture.  Lastly, brush on Toner and wipe back –

A pretty cool and easy finish, don’t you think?

When that project was done she emailed me another photo -wall art that she created for her library, using left over products –  love her!

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5 responses to “Jackie Paints Her Formica Pub Tables With Caromal Colours And Bronze…

  1. Hi Patty,
    What is Statuary Bronze…Love that Look!!!
    Still say I’m gonna call you every day, been destashing and reorganizing my studio.
    Love ya, You talented Lady!
    Jan

    another side note- wish i didn’t have to enter the info below everytime.

  2. statuary bronze is another metallic color – its a darker bronze than the antique bronze – we use it over cc basecoats – i sell it by the ounce as well – fun stuff! hope you are well Jan!

  3. I love the look of this table w/the statuary bronze & all. What products do I need to copy this look?

    • Laurie, you’d need want to get some textured basecoat peppercorn – its the thicker black paint from Caromal, we have it in 8 oz, qts and even gallons – if its a chair, accent table, small piece you’d be fine w/the sampler, otherwise get the quart , you’ll use it – the TB’s are one of a kind – can be thinned w/water or paint thicker w/them and get killer texture – super durable , its the base i used on our entry tile at the store. so Peppercorn first, stipple it on or roll it w/ a low nap whizz roller (we carry those too if you dont have) – then let dry and brush over that with the bronze – you’re right, i dont show it online, though i carry it in the store – if you order, just order the antique bronze and write in the ‘comments’ PLEASE SHIP STATUARY BRONZE and we’ll make note of that. – when the metallic is dry, you’d sand with a fine grit like 180, then wipe dust off. Lastly, brush Toner, from Caromal on (its like a stain glaze) and lightly blot it off. thats it. the metallics come in 4 oz samplers – enough to do small item – toner comes in 4 oz 8 oz and 16 oz.

      hope this helps, sorry for the delay! patty

  4. Patty- I’d like to do this look, but I’m having trouble finding the Statuary Bronze.

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