September 4, 2017

Real Milk Paint's Environmentally-Friendly Paint Comes in 55 Saturated Hues

Real Milk Paint Company has 55 milk-based colors that will remind you why monochromatic schemes are fading in popularity in favor of color confident rooms.

by New York Spaces

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How to paint wood furniture with Real Milk Paint.
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There is nothing more entertaining than redecorating—for some of us anyways. And you truly cannot redecorate without giving your house a new coat of paint, so why not choose an environmentally-friendly paint that is made of powdered milk? Real Milk Paint Company has 55 milk-based colors that will remind you why monochromatic schemes are fading in popularity in favor of color confident rooms. Not so sure? Paint a focal wall and decide from there. Real Milk Paint can be applied to any surface including wood or concrete, and indoor or outdoor furniture. The paint's toxin-free formula contains zero Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and has no odor during application and while drying, so you can enjoy your lively, colorful space almost immediately after painting.

Once you settle on a color and mix your paint, it can keep in a sealed container anywhere from two weeks to a

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Left to right: Paprika; Mustard; Gypsy Pink.

month. Each gallon will yield you 280-square-feet. If you are into refinishing antiques, a light sanding will help you apply the paint best. One of our favorite aspects of the brand is their blog and easy-to-follow tutorials. Interested in creating a rustic paint look with your new paint? Not sure how to mix it correctly? We tried it out and its much easier than you would think. It's a truly fun (and health-friendly) experience. While the colors are all beautiful, we became a bit obsessed with Aqua, Blue Lagoon, Black Iron, Fresh Lemon, Lakeview Blue, Gypsy Pink, Mustard and Lily Pad. You can't go wrong with their perfectly saturated palette. Get to painting!

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