The beautiful thing about lime paint is that you do not have to grind your furniture before painting, as the paint ties almost anything – wood, steel, etc. Just make sure that the furniture you want to painted hutch is washed well, so you’re ready to go walk. I have chosen that this nice old pine cone should have a delicious gray color with a nice worn look. It fits well with the furniture even though it is not very old. Use a brush that fits your furniture – For this sideboard I have used a medium-sized brush with artificial hair, as they do not trap so much.
Drying time is approx. 1/2 hour before the furniture can be painted twice. After 2 times limestone paint and another drying time of approx. 1/2 hour (depending on temperature), grind the edges on the worktop, drawer and closet with sandpaper. This sideboard was already white painted hutch, so it is the white paint that penetrates by grinding. If you have a completely raw furniture, you can choose to give the edges a thin layer of white paint before starting the colored paint. Make sure the wax comes well into the tree and into all corners. Allow the adult to dry overnight.
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I have chosen to give the coat lacquer on the top plate so it becomes more durable, where things need to be done. With the ultra-matt lacquer, you keep the delicious matte look that the lime painted hutch provides. I could have chosen to use the old draw buttons that were already on the sideboard, but instead chose some amazingly beautiful iron buds that match spot on to the gray color and the worn look. The result was really good – the old white sideboard has had a whole new life and has become much more elegant to look at.