Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint Trophy Painted End Table

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Beautiful chippy Trophy milk paint...

When I found this beautiful 1940's side table, I knew it was going to be perfect for milk paint and the random chippiness I love. 

Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint goes on smoothly and will naturally chip in random places. If you don't like to take chances with the chipping you can stir the bonding agent into the paint for consistent coverage.

Here is the table after 2 coats of milk paint, a light sanding of the edges, and a new knob.

I am using Miss Mustard Seed Tough Coat Sealer to seal this piece. Tough Coat seals the piece with a beautiful satin finish and stops the paint from chipping any more. 

I love the chippy distressed new look of
this gorgeous end table.

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  1. Your side table turned out darling! Just the right amount of distressing.

    Great job!


    1. Thank you so much Judy!! Thanks for your nice comment :)

  2. Such a great little end table!! Love that color :)

  3. Thanks Laurel! Trophy is a great color!


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