On this set, I sanded the Coastal Blue back to create an almost denim look. As you see, it pairs very well with brass or gold hardware.Here I am last year at Lucketts painting this great vintage Hepplewhite dresser. Coastal Blue transformed it and gave it a nautical look.
Paired with dark wood, it soars! Today’s great score was a MCM bedside table to put into my son’s room. It will complete his “new” bedroom set! Time to break out the Coastal Blue 🙂
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Suzanne, all of these are gorgeous! I use ASCP Aubusson blue ALOT and really should try this GF color, it’s a beautiful shade. I love all of these pieces but especially the top two where you sanded the color back. Very, very pretty!!
I love how the different variations of blue come through, and it really does look like denim. Great work Suzanne.
Mary @ Orphans With Makeup
The Hepplewhite you painted last year was what made me decide to paint my Grandmother’s dining room set. Why didn’t I just buy the General Finishes paint?? Instead, I mixed Napoleonic Blue and Graphite from Annie Sloan’s chalk Paint and added a dark wax. I love the color, but when I need something else painted a gorgeous navy, I’ll be using the Coastal Blue. Thanks for painting that at just the right time to help me make my decision!
I just adore your style. The boy’s dresser is fantastic! Can’t wait to see the nightstand.
I never would have guessed that MCM dresser was Coastal Blue. It looks dark gray when paired with the wood.
Jamie | anderson + grant
Such a great color. It really does look like denim! Love the brunette hair, too, by the way 🙂
Jennifer @ Town and Country Living
What a gorgeous, rich color!
A beautiful colour – especially paired with blue
Your Hepplewhite dresser transformation is absolutely stunning! That dark coastal blue so rich,classic & the brass pulls! Simply divine.You have a gift,your eye sees classic,not shabby ..thank you .!
Thank you so much. I really appreciate it!