Antique Mahogany Sideboard Makeover: My Miss Mustard Seed Milk Paint Debut

As you know, I recently moved to the Lancaster County, Pennsylvania area.  I was beyond thrilled to find out the other day that a local shop sells Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk paint.  I have been wanting to try this paint since it came out, but simply didn’t take the opportunity to do so.  I hate paying shipping fees honestly.  That’s just it.  So when I found out I could just drive 20 minutes to pick it up, I did just that.  I came home with my prize.

MMS paint

Needless to say, I was pleased as punch.
I found the perfect piece to try it on…a gorgeous sideboard I purchased from the weekend’s yard sale…one of the best finds E-VAH!

Yard Sale 9

She is really stunning.
A natural beauty..and in fabulous condition.
I rushed to her when I saw her sprawled out on the front yard with a sale tag on her.
I tried to look non-chalant…but it was out of urgency.  I expected to see a SOLD tag on her (Oh how I hate those), but alas, she was still for sale at a price so good, I can’t even tell you.

I couldn’t wait to try my new milk paint on her.  I chose to use French Enamel which is a lovely blue shade in Miss Mustard Seed’s line.
I am BEYOND pleased with the results…
This paint is DA BOMB.

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 1 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 2 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 3 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 4 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 5 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 6 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 7 Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 8 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 9 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 10 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 12 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 13 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 14 - Embracing Change

Rustic Mahogany Sideboard 1 - Embracing Change

She sold quickly…good thing because I would hate to have to keep her.
You betcha I will picking up some new colors soon.

I will tell you more about how I did this piece soon…stay tuned!

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  1. Beautiful job Stacey! I have been wanting to try out her line. Did you use a bonding agent?

  2. Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. says:

    Just beautiful, inside and out!

  3. oh stacey, it’s gorgeous! a showstopper!

  4. Wow! This is stunning! I so know what you mean about the garage sale thing! I sometimes feel frantic when I spot pieces like this from afar! 🙂

  5. so adorable and charming.

    hope you’ll visit me back.

    michele
    http://hellolovelyinc.blogspot.com

  6. Beautiful piece – what stain did you use for the top?

  7. Really stunning. Did you block some of the areas with vaseline? Can’t wait to hear more about how you painted it.

  8. So so pretty! I love that color, I would have wanted to keep her!! And, I just love that rustic little star 🙂

  9. this is absolutely amazing ! you did good!!!the color is perfect and now I can’t wait to try it on something myself and hope I have the same results.
    I would love to know when you post how you did it! thank you!

    I’m thinking you didn’t use the bonding agent{?}

  10. Just love how this turned out! I found you through Get Your DIY On..I’m participating also 🙂 I haven’t used MMS Milk Paint yet but can’t wait to give it a try..I love that you left the top stained!

  11. Hi Stacey,

    I saw on your post that you are in PA – I am in the Lehigh Valley area and was just down in the Lancaster area a couple of weeks ago (at the Pottery Barn Outlet). Wanted to send you an email to say Hi but everytime I clicked in one of the fields on your contact page the flower picture opened in a separate window.

    I also recently tried MMS Milk Paint and am loving the results!

    Reach out if you want to chat!

    Sue @ bebeandj

  12. You did an amazing job with this dresser! I love the weathered look, it makes me want to try milk paint! I would love for you to come link up at my Furniture and Paint Party going on now
    http://startathome.blogspot.com/2013/09/furniture-and-paint-party_11.html

    HOpe to see you soon!
    Brooke

  13. You did an amazing job on this! Found your blog on the block party. If you like to link up come over to Craft Frenzy Friday at http://www.craftdictator.com! I hope to see you there!

  14. Hey Stacey! Thank you so much for linking up at Get Your DIY On this week. Just wanted to pop in and say I am featuring your dresser tomorrow on my blog for The Color Blue projects. I hope you’ll continue to link up with us each week! Have a great day!

    Mandy @ The Hankful House Blog

  15. Came over from MMSFFF. Your piece came out beautifully. I haven’t tried milk paint yet, but this makes me want to get some this week! Love the top dark and how you painted inside.
    Best luck painting!
    Debbie

  16. So super gorgeous! I absolutely love that paint color!

    Angela @ Number Fifty-Three

  17. It turned out beautifully. This is a great piece!

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