Rustic Anaglypta

By Melissa Flippin, Owner/Artist at Flippotential Custom Finishes in Wheelock, TX.

This vintage cabinet was in poor shape and missing a drawer when it was rescued from the land of misfit furniture. 

I used two old sewing machine drawers to fill the missing drawer space.  I then decoupaged anaglypta to the front of the drawers and the door.  I also lined the drawers with arrow fabric. 

I painted the body and the inside of the cabinet in General Finishes Snow White milk paint. I painted the top and the drawers with Annie Sloan Paris Grey Chalk Paint. 

I used Modern Masters iron Paint and Rust Activator to highlight the details on the Anaglypta. 

Next, I mixed GF High Performance Top Coat Satin with GF Driftwood milk paint to create an aged effect and to seal the entire  project.  

 

 

Products Used

General Finishes Snow White & Driftwood milk paints and High Performance Top Coat Satin
Modern Masters Iron paint and Rust Activator
Annie Sloan Paris Gray Chalk Paint

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