Friday's Furniture Fix Furniture Makeovers

Welcome to Friday’s Furniture Fix #41

TonesforTots Pink Chest via FFF by Orphans with Makeup |

Can you believe….I mean….can. you. beeee…leeeeve……how beautiful this chest is by Mary from Orphans with Makeup?


This week, we are thrilled to feature a new product, products used in new ways, and a new technique.  But first, please say howdy to your furniture lovin’ hosts.

Please feel free to follow your hosts on social media.

We’d love to share with you there.


Susie from The Chelsea Project
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 Melanie from Lost and Found Decor


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Lucy from Patina Paradise

Lucy FFF Profile (revised)

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Every time Mary at Orphans with Makeup posts a new piece on her blog, it’s more amazing than the last.  This week features a chest that was refinished in a new product called Tones for Tots.  It’s a new line of paint colors by Fusion Mineral Paint being marketing for nurseries, but I have to tell you, these colors are simply amazing for any project.  Mary has a collection of beautiful photos that features this paint.  It is an absolute treat to go to her blog.

For more information about this new line of paint, our very own Melanie is a certified Fusion Merchant and Mentor.  And you know what? ……She ships paint every day.  You can check out Melanie’s blog for Fusion products.

TonesforTots Pink Chest via FFF by Orphans with Makeup |

In other news, Ashley from Vintage Refined reminds us that many different color combinations can be made from two colors of Annie Sloan chalk paint.  Remember Annie Sloan?  She’s one of the “chalk paint for furniture” pioneers and makes a super great product.  Ashley has a number of great photos to illustrate when I mean.

Annie Sloan two ways via FFF by Vintage Refined |

And the build out for the week is this coffee table by Joan from Scavenger Chic.  It started out as an antique drying rack, but was brilliantly transformed through remarkable vision and execution.  And here’s the deal.  It’s easier than it looks….AND if you don’t happen to have an antique drying rack laying around, a handy carpenter could probably copy the bottom.  I’m not sure….you’ll just have to look at the tutorial and decide if that’s possible.  But, I’m seriously checking it out…I think I can do it. 🙂 

Coffee table build out via FFF by ScavengerChic |

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Thanks again to everyone who participated in this week’s Friday’s Furniture Fix.
We can’t wait to see what you will have for us this time around.
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1. This is a furniture link party. Please only link up if your post has something to do with making a piece of furniture look great.
2. Please share up to 3 furniture makeovers
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    Great picks this week !! Thanks for being such a great host Susie!!

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  • Reply Carolann May 27, 2016 at 7:41 am

    The entire post speaks inspiration! I love every one of them! Makes me want to paint everything! All beauties and love all of the color wowzers!

    • Reply theChelseaProject May 27, 2016 at 11:19 am

      Thanks, CArolann. We love having you share with us. Thanks so much for linking up.

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