Chalk Mineral Paint Furniture: 12 Before and After Makeovers

I have been painting furniture for a few years. So today I want to share 12 distinct chalk paint furniture flips, and a brief overview of each before and after makeover.

I have used a variety of paint types over these past few years, but all are chalk or mineral based paints. These are not latex paint makeovers.

For very basic information on using chalk style furniture paints, go to my page, chalk mineral paint basics.

Chalk Mineral Paint furniture makeovers; Before and After Makeover

Some of these makeovers have blog posts available to go over details of each project. But here I’m going to cover the basics and just mainly focus on sharing the before and after makeovers.

Hopefully this can provide inspiration for some of your upcoming projects! I will add a few affiliate links here and there in a quick review of any products used, such as paint colors and design elements. So see my disclosure shared below.

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If you’d like to learn a bit more about how to accent painted furniture with things like transfers, stencils, and more check out my post at:

Furniture Transfers And Stencils

Silk Midnight Green Dresser Makeover With Kacha Gold Damask Transfer

This was my most recent makeover and if you want details of the design click the link above for the blog post. In this project I used:

Dixie Belle Silk Paint in Midnight Green is my paint color used here! So love this green! And I used the

Kacha Gold Damask Transfer by Redesign With Prima and Gold Drawer Pulls From Amazon.

Many of my makeovers now use Dixie Belle Silk Paint. If you’d like to read a bit more about Silk Paint you can also check out the info on Dixie Belle’s website.

Vintage Vanity Makeover With Silk Paint in Anchor & Floral Ballerina Decoupage Paper

Another fun Silk Paint makeover. If you’d like to know more about Silk Paint I do have a post all about Dixie Belle Silk Paint with a review of the product and tips for use. Okay and if you like this design you can find a few of the products used in this furniture makeover before and after below:

Dixie Belle Silk Paint in Anchor is the main color. Design elements include Floral Ballerina Decoupage Paper by Dixie Belle and the Victorian Damask Large Stencil by Belles and Whistles. I used The Best Dang Brush by Dixie Belle used for Stenciling. And Drawer Pulls Clear Glass Flowers from Amazon.

Chalk Mineral Paint Nightstand Furniture Flip With Mediterranean Flair Before and After

A fun nightstand chalk mineral paint makeover before and after with this project. A little nightstand or small table was transformed with a Mediterranean design. I love a little pops of color and this one was just that. I used:

The Bee’s Knees by Country Chic – a soothing mild golden yellow, and Rusty Nail by Dixie Belle – a regular chalk mineral paint product

Other elements used were Whimsical Mediterranean Decoupage Rice Paper and Belles and Whistles Morocco Stencil

Twin Headboard Makeover With Silk Paint Transformation

This furniture makeover used so many colors and products that I won’t list them here. The link above will take you to the blog post where you can get all the details of the before and after makeover. However the main color used here was Dixie Belle Silk Paint in Whitecap. Another fun product used in this chalk paint furniture makeover was the Redesign With Prima Stick-N-Style Stencil in Cornelle Garden.

Nightstand Makeover With Stencil: with Chalk Paint and a Stick & Style Stencil

Okay so next up in this makeover line up is this cute nightstand. It was very simple. But I opted to give it a color update using a blend of Dixie Belle Chalk Mineral Paint in Buttercream and Colonel Mustard. Sounds like a strange mix but it worked to product a pretty golden yellow. So many other design elements went into this before and after makeover and if you’d like more info click the link above to see the project post. But two of my favorites products I used were the Royal Damask Stencil by Belles and Whistles and General Finishes Java Gel Stain.

Morocco Inspired Table Makeover With the Morocco Stencil and a Beautiful Decoupage Paper

This table makeover before and after involved a pretty decorative round table that needed a bit of TLC. The base color for this table makeover was the same mix of paints in the previous table, the Buttercream and Colonel Mustard chalk mineral paints. But the true beauty came out with the addition of the Colorful Tiles Decoupage Paper and the Morocco Stenciled tabletop.

Silk Mineral Paint Table Makeover With A Glass Bead Gel Raised Stencil Design

This table was a unique makeover featuring Dixie Belle Silk Paint in Anchor and Redesign With Prima Metallic Paint in GoldenRod for the trim. To really see the full details on this before and after makeover check out the blog post in the link above. But I did use Glass Bead Gel By Redesign to create a raised stencil. This glass bead gel is so cool, really amazing to use. Creates a very interesting finish!

Round Accent Table Makeover Using Chalk Mineral Paints and Boho Western Transfer

Next, we have a round wooden table makeover before and after. This round tablet got painted with several colors of Dixie Belle chalk mineral paints. To see details of the colors used see the blog post in the link above. I then used Best Dang Wax in Brown to add a rustic, aged effect. And after adding the Beautifully Native transfer by Redesign With Prima, this table makeover really came to life.

Patina Painted Tabletop With Nautical Transfer

Another fun makeover from a while back. This wooden pie table got a chalk paint makeover with Dixie Belle Patina Paint and you should see the before and after. For details click the link above. However, this transfer also has a nautical theme with a really cool transfer by Belles and Whistles called the Nautical Life Transfer. This makeover was a fun project and much different than prior furniture paint projects I had tackled!

Vintage Desk Makeover Using Gel Stain, Transfer, and Chalk Mineral Paint

Okay this next makeover was literally one of my all time favorites. For details click the link above. But for the top I used my all time favorite stain, Java Gel Stain by General Finishes. The desk got several coats of Dixie Belle Chalk Mineral Paint in Cotton, a true white paint. To really put the cherry on top for this piece I added the Redesign With Prima Postal Birds Transfer and dark wax for aging effect.

This was one of my favorite makeovers of all. I was so happy with how it turned out.

Gossip Bench Makeover With Navy Chalk Mineral Paint and a Beautiful Transfer

This was one of my first makeovers that involved using furniture transfers. This wooden gossip bench got painted with Dixie Belle Chalk Mineral Paint In The Navy, a deep navy blue. And then the gorgeous French Ceramics Transfer by Redesign With Prima was added. Additionally I gave the seat base a makeover using a white fluffy upholstery material to give it a cute little touch.

Laminate MDF Board Cabinet Makeover With Chalk Paint, Decoupage Paper, and Redesign Moulds

This is a furniture makeover before and after that I haven’t yet shared in a blog post. But I’ll share it here now. This cabinet was a Facebook Marketplace find. I first painted with Dixie Belle Slick Stick, a bonding primer, and then painted with Dixie Belle Silk Paint in Desert Rose using a textured finish created with Dixie Belle Sea Spray texturizing powder. Then I added a fun decoupage paper by Belles and Whistles called Art Deco Bird Pattern. The last fun details were a few castings created by using the Redesign Moulds, one of which is Blossoming Spring.

I hope you have enjoyed these makeovers! They are fun to share with you. If you ‘d like more details on each makeover click on the link in the blog post.

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Comment with any thoughts on these makeovers or with any questions! And Happy Painting!

XOXO,

Abbey

2 Comments

  1. You do such a beautiful job on everything I’ve seen so far. I’m not done looking through your site, but I know that I’ll find more beautiful creations. Your tips will surely help me with my projects.

    1. Thank you so much I appreciate your kind comments very much. And it makes me so very happy to know that I have helped you with your projects! It really does. That is why I write this blog. I really enjoy sharing my work and what I’ve learned so that it can help others.
      Thanks again!
      Abbey

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