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Patina or Pahhhtiiiinahh……..How to Achieve it with Paint!

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  1. cassie says:

    SOOOOO cool! and great tutorial!

  2. Just got a shipment from Modern Masters yesterday, and I can’t wait to play around with it!

  3. Liisa says:

    Oh I so wish I didn’t see this post! Now I have to try it! 😉
    You did a wonderful job. I hope I see this at the Paris Flea Market.

  4. Oh my gosh that is amazing!!! I can’t wait to try this. Thanks for sharing. I’m following the Modern Masters Pin Board for more ideas.
    Blessings,
    Patti

  5. Superb, Karen!! I did the same type of finish on my house awnings and cupala, but used a different product. I am a confessed patina nut. 🙂 Want to join the group?
    Larissa ~ Prodigal Pieces

  6. I got some Modern Masters yesterday to play with… but I wish it would have been this stuff!! Amazing table!!!

  7. Kathleen says:

    WOW! I love this. You did an amazing job. Very lovely table. Thanks for letting us know about this product. I’ve never seen this before.

    • GTC says:

      You are so welcome Kathleen. I have worked with Modern Masters products for a few years now. It is fun to see the different faux finishing products they come up with. They play really beautifully with my beloved CeCe Caldwell’s paints too!

  8. Jan says:

    Gorgeous!
    I can think of a couple of rescued projects that would look great with a touch of patina. I’ve pinned this so I can find it when I get my garage cleaned out and have space to actually work on some of my projects.

    I can think of a couple of pieces that I’d like to mix and match… give wooden legs a metal top or a painted top some metal legs… hmmmmm.

    Jan

    • GTC says:

      Jan your ideas sound gorgeous! It feels so good to get the garage cleaned out. I am in the middle of that process. Really fun when I find things I didn’t remember I had and get inspired all over again! Thank you for pinning the project!

  9. Susan says:

    Freakin awesomeness! I was thinking about cladding my kitchen island in copper sheeting but now I might just try to do this paint effect, thanks for sharing!

  10. Fran says:

    Karen as usual you have out done yourself again. I love this piece, it does look like metal. I’m going to have to try this on an old dresser so it can look like metal too. Maybe with some wheels, since I know you love them too. haha I think it would look good. Thanks again for the inspiration. 🙂

  11. Vicki Graves says:

    Your projects are alllllllllways amazing!!!!
    Thanks for sharing!!

  12. I love that word too!! 😉 And yes, go big or go home!! I love how it turned out….so very cool!

    Nancy

  13. brooke says:

    Thank you for linking up to my Furniture and Paint Party!! I am featuring this table Tonight! Hope to see you again!

    Brooke
    startathome.blogspot.com

  14. Brenda Young says:

    Stunning finish! OMG I HAVE to get some of that stuff……AWESOME! pinning! Thanks for sharing

  15. mj says:

    I’m practicinging on a builders chandelier, just to see how this stuff works. The blue solution works okay, but not the green. Anyone else having trouble getting the solution to work?

    It’s important to get the base coat that works with the solution. I first bought a small container of copper that was not reactive. The label will say if it is reactive. It was a beautiful color but not designed for use with the patina solutions. So back to the store for the correct version. Be sure to read labels. Paint store people are not always aware of the details of new products.

    • GTC says:

      Good point MJ! You definitely want to make sure you get the REACTIVE paint to achieve the patina. What a great idea to try that on a builder grade chandelier. I have one of those waiting for inspiration to strike. I haven’t had problems with either the blue or the green. I have only worked on larger surfaces though. Have you checked out the Modern Masters FB page? You can post questions there too. Good luck!

      • mj says:

        Have not done anything about it except decide i don’t want to work with it further. It’s not a keeper.
        If I need metallic paint, though, I’ll definitely look at MM. I like the look of your table, btw. It turned out well.

        I’m not thrilled with the look of this chandelier, so will try spray painting the next one. No verdigris.

  16. Stacey Blanton says:

    OMGosh…..I Just seriously GASPED when I saw this . Absolutely FAB U LOUS !!! Patina is my Fav of all time

  17. Nicole Dyson says:

    I love Patina! I have been looking for a way to paint a wall to look like patina. I have found some excellent advice and even some other ideas for projects I hadn’t even thought of. I can’t wait to get started!!

  18. copper tiles says:

    Nice way to make this lovely patinas

  19. Loving how it turned out! Great job! 🙂

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