I had a lot of fun this afternoon with the staff at Vintage Interiors. We are gearing up for a whole lot of fun. We did a Milk Paint Demo and scheduled our first classes. I am so excited to be teaching painting classes starting in March. The first two will be Milk Paint 101. This will be a basic class to get you familiar with how milk paint works. March 14th is our first class. We will paint until you are done from 11-5. If you get through sooner, you don’t have to stay that long. You will be able to bring your own small piece such as a frame, a small end table or side table, basically anything that you can carry in and we can put on a table. Something in a wood finish works best but painted pieces are fine too. I will provide snacks and drinks and all of the supplies. For more information or to register, you can call Vintage Interiors at 205-620-1900. The cost is 85.00. I hope to meet some of you there!

I just finished up this Ethan Allen Cabinet. Originally I had done it in kitchen scale  but it needed a little more detail. I changed out the hardware with vintage style glass pulls from Lowe’s and Layered the Kitchen Scale with Grainsack. This piece was delivered and is for sale at Vintage Interiors for 299.00.

If you want to re-create this look, you will need Kitchen Scale, Grain Sack, Hemp Oil, Antiquing Wax and Furniture Wax. All of these items are available in the Market here on my blog.

Ethan allen cabinet

Ethan allen cabinet 2

Grace happens here

The tutorial on this finish will be on the blog sometime this week so stay tuned!
Happy Monday!


  1. I’ve been looking everywhere for the tutorial for this! It it up yet? Did you do that piece above?? If so – I’m amazed. It’s dazzling! SO impressed. Did you use chauk paint and milk paint? Can you reveal what colors you used and which layer order?

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