Chalk Paint is SOOOOO easy and the results look professional, I am telling you! I will have my own make overs coming soon but here is some inspiration! Making Over a Chandelier with Chalk Paint by Dear Lillie
Colorways with Leslie Stocker » Light it Up...Even brass chandeliers can be given a new life with ASCP. A coat of Graphite will usually cover the brass, followed by quick coat of Coco, and Paris Grey. It is not necessary to completely cover each of the preceding layers of paint. Purposefully leaving gaps in the colors enhances the look of vintage patina. Dry brushing Old White, and Pure White on selectively will highlight the raised portions.
What to do about all that honey oak that's driving you mad? Oh, honey oak: a nostalgic throwback to years gone by, often bringing to mind images of dried floral arrangements, brass & etched glass chandeliers and perhaps a lovely dusty rose or hunter green wallpaper. But, my friends, it doesn’t have to go down like that. As they say, you become your friends and we are going to give that solid oak a new crowd to hang with. We are going to upgrade, polish and enhance - things are…
Update that old brass fixture with a little paint and give it a completely modern look! Check out the how-to here: http://www.ehow.com/how_12340294_redesign-chandelier-boring-brass-beautiful-bronze.html?utm_source=pinterest&utm_medium=fanpage&utm_content=inline