Are you loving the look of old salvage trim but don’t love the price and availability? Recently one of our Junk Gypsy™ Paint retailers needed some fun colored trim for a project on a vintage camper and decided to make her own! She had been perusing ideas on Pinterest and came across this picture: She visited the website Sew Homegrown, got inspired and decided to try the technique using Junk Gypsy™ Paint! This is a project from Chantelle Deimling of Bungalow 47 in Williamston, Michigan. Chantelle tells us that she first gathered the wood she wanted to use for her project. The wood she had was actually old grooved board, but you can start with whatever wood you like, even plain new pine from a […]
Junk Gypsy™ Paint is not only for painted furniture, but remember to paint that fun and unexpected item you have waiting. This american made paint with the chalky type finish is perfect for your next DIY painted project. This skull was painted using multiple colors of Junk Gypsy™ Paint. Our clear primer, chalk and clay paint, and clear coat finish are the perfect package for your next cabinet job. These cabinets were painted using Rebel Child. This little twin sized bed with matching baby cradle got a great re-do using Junk Gypsy™ Paint’s Wanderlust and Dreamcatcher for the flower stencil. This half round table and vintage window were painted using Rebel Child. Wanderlust was the perfect shade of this chalky finish paint to bring alive […]
Looking to add that little extra easy pop of color on your next painting project? Simply add a second color to add interest. Junk Gypsy™ Paint retailer Hinge in Orlando, FL recently painted this dresser using Landlocked Mermaid and Buttermilk Biscuit. With the little detail found in the drawer fronts, a second color helps the drawers architecture pop! Even if your furniture piece does not have extra detailing, simply paint a few drawers a contrasting color for a great color blocking look. Another Junk Gypsy™ Paint retailer in Florida, The Bella Vintage in Clearwater, painted this antique dresser using Buttermilk Biscuit and a custom mixed accent color. Did you miss our blog post on mixing colors? If so, see it here. Junk Gypsy™ Paint is […]
Think beyond your vintage furniture finds, dream bigger and add Junk Gypsy™ Paint and you have something special! Recently Chantelle Deimling of Bungalow 47, a Junk Gypsy™ Paint retailer in Williamston, Michigan did just that! Dream big, add paint and magic happens. The story begins with a vintage camper that was bought at auction and needed a little love! Her family’s yearly camping trip was coming fast, serving as the deadline to get the project started. Chantelle said, “First things first, DEMO DAY! We gutted the entire thing to remove the old cabinets, benches and layers upon layers of various flooring. We lined the walls with beadboard that we could paint and distress.” After conducting a quick Instagram poll of what color the walls should be […]
Looking for a great furniture paint? Look no further than this american made paint. Junk Gypsy™ Paint is a chalk and clay paint that is perfect for all your DIY paint projects. This beautiful bed was painted using Wanderlust, a vibrant turquoise color! Rebel Child was the perfect choice to bring this cool table into a modern decor. This dresser was painted using our chalky finish paint in Landlocked Mermaid. Singin’ the Texas Blues was used on this bed and nightstand combo. This rocking chair was given a fresh new look using Rebel Child and Dreamcatcher. This dresser was painted using Landlocked Mermaid. Junk Gypsy™ Paint has just the right colors for your next painted furniture project!
Tip #4 – When layering Junk Gypsy™ Paint with a few colors, paint the top layer in a thinner coat so it can easily be distressed to reveal the color or colors underneath. Paint can also be dry-brushed on or distressed to reveal the wood underneath. To find a Junk Gypsy™ Paint retailer near you, check out the map finder here. Blog content provided by Bungalow 47 Distribution. Photos provided by various retailers of Junk Gypsy Paint.
Happy 4th of July! It’s time to celebrate this american made paint! Junk Gypsy™ Paint is perfect for painted furniture and all DIY paint projects. It is a chalk and clay based paint. Classic colors made this flag project perfect, built with a wood pallet and painted using Junk Gypsy™ classic colors. Red is always a perfect choice for painted furniture and this dresser is sure to become a family favorite! What to do with 3 folding chairs? Give them their due with red, white and blue! Give this american made paint a try for your next painted furniture project. Choose Junk Gypsy™ Paint!
Cruising the flea markets this summer? Keep your eyes out for metal that needs a little special touch and enliven it using Junk Gypsy™ Paint! Junk Gypsy™ Paint retailer, Woodstock Antiques & Consignment in Acworth, GA recently updated this metal bed using Landlocked Mermaid and dry-brushed with Buttermilk Biscuit. Antiques & Collectibles in Terrell, TX used Junk Gypsy™ Paint to stencil these buckets turned light fixtures. What a great way to repurpose! Stay tuned each Monday for more painting tips using Junk Gypsy™ Paint, found in 16 beautiful colors! Blog content provided by Bungalow 47 Distribution with photos provided by listed retailers.
Looking through Pinterest you’ll quickly see that decoupage is, once again, all the rage. And Junk Gypsy™ Clear Coat is ready to make your crafting even more simple, no need to use a gloppy glue substance any longer! Here are some quick and easy steps to making your next decoupage project, or maybe trying it for the first time, a breeze! First, gather your supplies together. You will need: the surface that you want to decoupage (pre-painted with Junk Gypsy™ Paint of course, we used American Dream for this box), the images you wish to decoupage, Junk Gypsy™ Clear Coat, scissors and a paint brush. Start by sealing your entire painted project with the Junk Gypsy™ Clear Coat, just as you would when finishing your […]
Junk Gypsy™ Paint is an american made chalk and clay paint that is ready to transform your painted furniture! Grab that flea market find cause paint fixes everything! This desk was painted using Gypsy Prom for the first coat, then Dreamcatcher for the top layer. The pink is seen distressed through the top layer of paint. This table was painted using Dreamcatcher and Happy Camper stripes. This little bench needed a lift and Junk Gypsy™ paint fixes everything! Free Spirit was used to give it a happy re-do. These pieces were painted using Rebel Child and Wanderlust. This dresser was painted using Wild Blue Yonder. This desk was painted using Rebel Child from Junk Gypsy™ Paint. Look how pretty this curved front dining hutch turned […]