An Entry Bench & Fusion Mineral Paint

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Entry Bench and Fusion Mineral Paint

This bench has a new life and a new home...

Found on the side of the road under a pile of snow was a
very heavy colonial looking bench with a back. 

This bench was worth saving... 
It was old, pegged together, and solid oak. 

After removing the leatherette cushioned seat and the
back of the bench, I decided to try a new paint.

Entry Bench and Fusion Mineral Paint

Fusion Mineral Paint is an acrylic paint that 
dries to a chalky finish with no waxing.

The paint went on smoothly and evenly. 

I was pleasantly surprised at the coverage from only one coat.

Entry Bench and Fusion Mineral Paint

Entry Bench and Fusion Mineral Paint

The great chunky Fusion brush made it quick 
and easy to paint the spindles. It holds a lot of paint and didn't
leave any brush strokes in the paint.

 I gave the bench a quick sanding to 
distressed the edges and my new entry bench
 was finished in no time!  

The bench is a good sturdy place to sit to put on boots and shoes.

Entry Bench and Fusion Mineral Paint

I am thrilled with the Fusion Mineral Paint and 
so happy to be able to repurpose this bench 
and save it from the land fill.

* Fusion Paint supplied the paint, all opinions are my own honest assessments *

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  1. Pretty! so, there's no sealer needed for this paint? It won't scratch of like chalk paint does?

  2. nice find and great redo, love your pillow also xx

  3. Susan, I love your bench and the little "Woody" pillow on top! Where did you get the pillow and when?
    Happy New Year too.

  4. I live this piece. So glad it has a new life!!!

    Happy Saturday...


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