Custom Order: Painted Furniture, Desk

 

 

 

 

College is always a good excuse for a new desk, or furniture for that matter! Everyone wants the perfect dorm room or apartment! With school approaching, I was contacted by a young lady who is beginning her freshman year at Texas Christian University, home of the Horned Frogs. They love their PURPLE, and so it is only fitting that this desk was painted in CeCeCaldwell‘s New Orleans Purple! 

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I hope everyone has a wonderful start to their school year, whether you are attending or your children are starting back up! Make it a great year!

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Friday’s Fab Finds: Furniture

Pinterest has done it again! I don’t think that anyone can tell me they aren’t addicted to Pinterest… 
Here are this week’s fabulous finds.
All these featured pieces were found on Pinterest and are painted in 
CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk Clay Paints or Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paints. 
If you want to re-pin, please do so from the original source, so everyone gets credit for their FABulous  work!
CeCe Caldwell’s Omaha Ocre, Alaska Tundra Green & California Gold
CeCe Caldwell’s Pittsburg Gray, Santa Fe Turquoise & Blue Montana Sky
Miss Mustard Seed’s Tricycle
CeCe Caldwell’s Vermont Slate
Miss Mustard Seed Ironstone
Hope you enjoyed those few FABulous Pinterest finds! Did you have a favorite this week? Comment & tell me! 
Interested in purchasing CeCe Caldwell’s paints & Miss Mustard Seed Paints? You can order here.
Questions about CeCe Caldwell’s Paints or Miss Mustard Seed’s Paints? 
Email me: DooziesCorner@gmail.com

Meet Olivia: DIY Painted Dresser

As you might know..

My daughter, Mindi, is having her first child {Olivia Bradlee} this month. We are all anxiously waiting Olivia’s arrival. 
So, I found it only fitting to call this piece “Olivia”
{{Painted in CeCe Caldwell’s Vintage White, Chesapeake Blue}}
{{Clear Wax & Aging Cream}}

Somewhat Simple Katie's Nesting Spot What's cooking, love?

A Glimpse Inside

Got Green?

We got green! Well, CeCe Caldwell’s Paints are “Naturally green in the color of your choice” that is!
Green is the new black.. ok, maybe not. But green and “going green” are definitely continuing to be a popular fad throughout the US. Organic foods, non-toxic cleaners, all natural everything! Well.. CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk Clay Paints are all natural!  Yes, that’s right.. you can GO GREEN, from all natural foods, to all natural paints! 
All CeCe Caldwell Colors are safe and for you, your family & they are better for the environment. CeCe Caldwell’s mineral paint have no Volatile Organic Compounds, are non-toxic and have no odor. The paint contains NO acrylic co-polymers, solvents, formaldehyde, ammonia, ethylene glycol or toxic heavy metals.  The minerals are clay, porcelain clay and chalk blended into a water based solution. The paint is packaged in recycled plastic containers. Our wax is made from insect and plant sources. It also has very low odor and is packaged in recycled plastic containers.
You know what this means, right? You can pick ANY color, choose to paint inside your home, no sanding or priming AND… it is GREEN! All natural paint, in the color of your choice!  


"Allison"

Allison is my BFFPB.  That is my Best Friend Forever Paint Buddy!
I met Allison from Refunk My Junk at CeCe Caldwell’s retailer training this past April in Waco, Texas!  
We immediately connected and talk paint all the time! 
Wesley calls Allison Lil’ Miss Spitfire, because she has so much drive and energy!
Thank you Allison for sharing all your expert business and painting knowledge with me! 

I named this French Provincial dresser after Allison.  It is such a beautiful piece, painted in CeCe Caldwell’s Chalk Clay Paints Vintage White and sealed in Allison’s favorite,  Satin Finish!
Don’t you just love the storage!
And look at the gorgeous curves!
This piece sold at Frisco Mercantile as quickly as I put it in my suite!
But I have another one coming soon!
What color would you like to see the next dresser painted in?