Sweet Pickins Milk Paint is such a beautiful paint to use to paint your furniture. It will give you a silky soft finish to your piece that is easily distressed, which makes using milk paint perfect if you're after a vintage or weathered look.
The paint can however act differently on each piece. The amount of "chipping" that you get all depends on how much preparation you’ve done prior to painting. If your piece is porous, if you’ve used a primer and if your surface has been previously painted or is glossy are all factors that determine your final finish. I’ve learnt a few things whilst using Sweet Pickins Milk Paint and thought I’d share some of my top tips!
Whenever I mention to people that I paint furniture with milk paint, I get asked a lot of questions. So I thought I’d write about the most common questions that I get asked. I will be discussing the following topics.
What is milk paint and is it a real paint?
How do you use milk paint?
Is milk paint only for painting furniture?
What’s the difference between milk paint & chalk paint?
With winter approaching, it's only fitting that you try and add a bit of warmth to your home. Why not try the "Colour of the Month" - Haberdash. This colour will help to add a fresh coastal feel to your furniture, while adding warmth to your space at the same time!