Painting a Server with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

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This is the before picture of a beautiful server 
that needs an update.

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I'm making this piece a little more stylish by painting it with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Old White. 

I painted a light coat at first, then another thicker coat. 
When the piece was dry I waxed it with clear wax.

I use a wax brush to wax and a rag to pull off the excess,
then a clean rag to buff.  I find the wax brush helps disperse 
the wax evenly and gets into all the crevices.

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I cleaned up the hardware by using catsup... you can see that process here.

I distressed the server with fine sandpaper on all the edges...
the finished piece is gorgeous!

The top drawer is lined with felt...

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and the inside of the closets is in perfect condition...

I left it unpainted to avoid any future scratches or stained
from items being stored inside.

Painting a Server with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint www.homeroad.net

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint is the easiest and best
way to update furniture that could use a little pizazz.

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3 comments

  1. Great piece! Look very pretty :-)

    Happy Monday...
    Sherri

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  2. wow! very pretty Susan!

    great job

    gail

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  3. nice job...looks soo much better now...just did a major paint redo in our master bedroom...come on over and check it out...have a great day, Mariaelena

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