Magnolia Home Chalk Style Paint Dresser Makeover! Such a HUGE Before & After Difference!

I love chalk paint almost as much as I love quilting and sewing! I recently gave Magnolia Home Chalk Style Paint, by the lovely Chip & Joanna Gaines, when I redid my bedroom.

It all started when I swapped out the ugly yellow walls for a nice neutral gray that will work with pretty much every quilt I have ever made. And once the walls were gray, my long awaited bedroom furniture redo was a MUST!

In this video I walk you through the process of preparing your piece to be chalk painted, the process of painting, waxing and buffing your piece. And I talk about the pros and cons of Magnolia Home Chalk Style Paint and brushes verses Annie Sloan products.

I hope you enjoy this video and it inspired you to make a beautiful space to display your quilts as well!

Supplies we used:
Magnolia Home Chalk Style Paint (I used the color Weekend):
Magnolia Homes Chalk Paint Clear Wax:
Magnolia Homes 2.5″ Angle Brush:
Magnolia Homes Wax Brush*:
Elmers Wood Filler*:
Putty Knife*:
Tack Cloth*:
Coarse Sanding Sponge*:
Fine Sanding Sponge*:
Buffing Drill Attachment:
New Hardware:

Other painting tutorials by Stephanie Soebbing:

*Product links are affiliate links.

Music: I Wont Be Turned (Instrumental Version) – Sven Karlsson

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