I am taking a little break and took my children to the beach for a few days. I hope you all have a great week! Until then, here is a re-post from this time last year. Done in a Annie Sloan chalk paint with a wash in Duck Egg blue and clear wax…here is the Beach Glass Dresser!
My find from last week has now become the Beach Glass dresser. The colors resemble beach glass with the pale, greenie blues. I don’t think the pictures do this one justice. The colors change with the light from blue to green. It is lovely. The wash and wax on top have given it a beautiful, smooth finish. The hues of the green and blue peek out and the heavy distressing gives texture. My favorite piece so far!
Off to the pool! If we can actually have a few hours of sunshine, my kids may actually have a swim meet!
Just pinned this to my Coastal Love board! Thank you so much for sharing. It’s stunning!
Hi….the dresser is just beautiful!! I have an old bedroom set that I want to paint and have not done it because I could not find the color that I wanted to use….this is it!! Can you share the kind and color of paint that you used? Light wax or dark wax? Thanks a million!!
I was going to ask the exact same thing as Diane did! LOVE the color. Please share your colors and techniques used. Thanks so very much! sent here by Miss Mustard Seed! Love your site.
Allison @ The Golden Sycamore
Love that color!! You did a beautiful job!
Love this color. Is it Benjamin Moore ‘Antique Glass’? I painted my bedroom this color and in the mornings it’s blue and late at nite with lighting it’s a beautiful green. Absolutely LOVE this color of paint..
Can you tell how to do a wash with a color of paint. It’s beautiful!
Hi Darla, if you go to my tutorials page up top, I have a few tutorials on how to add a wash. Good luck!
It would be so lovely to have you share your colors, I did see somewhere in the thumbnail a hint, but it disappeared when I opened the link Annie Sloan Versailles with Duck egg wash and wax? Is that correct? We love your talent and wish I lived where I could take classes or buy your beauties. Love this color, always have, and the coastal theme fits it to a “T”. Best Wishes!!
What a beautiful refinish! I love the knobs and the paint color. Thanks for sharing at Fridays Unfolded!
Hi Suzanne! I’m back with more questions! Saw this dresser in your post today about the color Versailles, which I love! Can you tell me – did you do a Duck Egg wash over Versailles, or Versaiiles wash over Duck Egg? Thanks!!! ps LOVE your work. 🙂
Hi Kathy, thanks so much! It is Versailles wash over Duck Egg. Such a beautiful color. Cheers!