So have you ever bought something & you just weren't feeling the color? Well I definitely have. It took me awhile to realize that I could paint pretty much anything to Linen White, now when I see something & I know I can fix it with chalk paint. Although, I don't see me ever painting anything vintage, I feel that I would loose the vintage vibe.
I shared with you on Instagram some metal flower cans that I had purchased at Michael's. They were to shiny & too new, so why not paint them? I did just that & I gave them the Country Chic Homes vibe. I left the inside as is & they turned out great!
We use the Rust-Oleum in Linen White on pretty much everything here at CCH. On these I only used one coat, as chalk paint goes a long way. I didn't sand any parts down & the metal still shows through in certain areas. I'm hoping over time they'll age in their own way. I'm excited to use these now more often & I'm sure that they'll be popping up on your feed too.
Thank you for stopping by & seeing a quick DIY. If you've painted something quick before to have it feel like you home, let me know!
Simple Kitchen Creation, with our new secured peg rail. I added our vintage bread boards, layered them up to give more texture & dimension. In the flower can I added my pear stems to give this space a Fall transition vibe. I can easily switch out the stems as the season changes or remove the can & just display our boards.