I love painted furniture. I especially love mixing painted furniture with wood and metal accents. Grey painted furniture goes with just about anything and your piece can be used in any room of the house. I personally love moving things around so grey chalk paint is a great option!
There are so many options out there for painting furniture. Whether you use Annie Sloan Chalk paint, milk paint, or make your own chalky finish paint, you can have so much fun with these colors!
Grey Painted Furniture
Want to protect your painted furniture?
I used the same product for years. It worked so why change what I do? Then some furniture painting friends of mine introduced me to new projects and I loved those too. What I’ve decided is it depends on the finish you like, the type of paint you use, and how durable you need your finish to be.
Here are some great farmhouse decor items that would look great with your grey painted furniture!
So what do you think? Do you love grey?
Other posts you might like:
- How to make your own chalky finish paint and tips for using it.
- Do I need to sand first?
- How to protect chalk painted furniture.
I love how versatile grey can be. It can go with browns or earth tones and with blacks and industrial colors. Grey is such a great neutral and I highly recommend using neutrals as much as you can and adding pops of color with accents, pillows, and simple home decor pieces. That way if you ever want to change out your accent colors you don’t have to start over with large furniture pieces.
Click on the image below to see this side table painted with Driftwood Old Fashioned Milk Paint.
And then there’s this grey painted hutch I use to organize my kitchen serving plates and decor.
Other colors in the Color Envy – Chalk Painted Furniture by Color Series:
Do you have a piece of furniture you’ve been dying to paint but don’t know how? Are you worried it’s going to be too much work? Do you have questions on how to get started, what you will need, and if it’s even worth the work?
Your Guide to Painting Furniture will take you through the process of finding furniture, making your own chalky finish paint, and how to use paint your furniture. Plus my tips on protecting your painted furniture, basic repairs, and tips for picking out paint colors!
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