I have the online store how I’d like it. Almost. So I’m moving back to posting. If you find something quirky or missing with the online store let me know and I’ll fix it quick 🙂
Let’s start with projects customers have shared – many of these customers were brand new to this thing called ‘paint it yourself’. No better way to inspire you!
American Paint Company Fireworks Red, Stencil detail, APC Black Wax
Too many of these custom wall units around to count, right? Here’s Michelle and Joe’s before –
Good chance you’ve tried selling, or checked around to see if it held any value….Look no further-
Beyond Linen with Molasses Glaze
Oak updated to WHITE with Beyond Bright White –
These are all homeowners painting their own stuff – that equates to big time savings….
Arrghhh… not sure what this color is, but the cabinet is lovely!
Beyond’s Pewter is like a glamorous model in photos, here’s Lisa’s glam redo-
More oak cabinets… don’t have the paint color the used, reminds me of Beyond White or Offwhite with a Molasses or Dark Grey Glaze?
Nanette refinished a side table using Botanical Mulberry and one of our European Aged Papers on the drawer front –
If you’re drawn to these papers, and would like to see our process of apply and aging around them, you can watch the Episode 5 video I taped with Shelby TV .
Ann updated her oak cabinets with Beyond Nantucket –
Ann said: These are 30 yr old cupboards – Used your product Beyond Reclaim (Nantucket) & sealed with your satin water based sealer. Very satisfied. Love the new look.
Jess took on a paint project for her MIL – this was the inspiration photo
Just that little bit of white pops this set!
These cabinets were originally white laminate. A blend of Beyond Pebble and Beyond Versailles (now retired but similar to Soft Grey) , with Molasses Glaze and Umber Glaze –
Mary had fun using our Aged Papers in various ways. Here is one, she used Botanical Mulberry and accented a cabinet front with one of the papers –
Beyond’s Mocha dark brown on the island –
For 34 doors she used 3/4 gallon of Offwhite, 3 thin coats both sides, 16 ounce glaze, and 16 ounce sealer with 2 coats. (she opted to add an additional sealer for extra durability)
Kathy said: My husband and I were in your store before Christmas looking for finishes for a frame project. After looking at the “fabulous ” samples we decided on Beyond Licorice base paint, Metallic Statuary Bronze and your Black Glaze. This was so different from what I had originally thought to do and the result was “fabulous “. The directions offered for using the finishes was easy to follow and very helpful.
I don’t recall the color used over this oak kitchen, but I do remember being wow’d at the time – LOVED the way they finished off the island – lets say they used either Beyond Pebble or Soft Grey –
maybe our lovely customer that transformed this kitchen will see this and confirm the color used 🙂
Annalee updated her bathroom cabinets using Beyond Pebble and our Molasses Glaze
Jennifer and her husband started with a room full of traditional cherry furniture
– We used the Beyond Reclaim Paint mixing Pebble and White in a 2/1 ratio. We also used your Dark Grey Glaze and then your topcoat Matte Sealer. We love it and the paint was easy to work with.
How romantic this room feels, the soft grey color playing off the natural floor and calming blue walls –
Irene’s husband refinished parts of their great room furniture- don’t remember the exact color used –
You can find everything used here in our online store – I’ve tried to link the paints as they were mentioned, if you have any questions you can post them in the comments section . For how to’s or basics on painting cabinets, or how to paint a chair, you might find my video section helpful – there are over a dozen episodes, each with a specific project – you can see with your own eyes how easy it is to tackle your own paint project!
Ok, going to bed. Going to get this posted, and I’ll edit any type-o’s in the morning with fresh eyes 🙂
Blessings to you!