Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint is a popular paint line in the interior decor blog world. Perfect to refinish furniture and cabinets with. An old-fashioned kind of paint used in farmhouses and barns for centuries.
No VOC, no odor and can be used indoors during any season of the year.
Milk Paint is a natural, non-toxic, powder paint that has been used for centuries before the chemical age. Mixed with water, it makes a wonderful, durable paint that is very versatile.
Use it to create all kinds of decorative finishes in and around your home. Especially to renew vintage furniture, but not limited thereto. It will adhere to raw wood and wall surfaces with no chipping or peeling.
►For the distressed, country chic or chippy look, use over previously painted or varnished surfaces.
Every shipment includes a "how-to" leaflet/guide with links to tutorials and tips on how to use and mix this awesome decorative paint.
The standard size package is 8oz (230g) and makes one quart of paint that covers approximately 70 sq. ft.
Each sample packet contains 1oz (30g) of powder milk paint and covers approximately 10 sq. ft.
For easy mixing try out our Mini Mixer!
Click here to find all of Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint Products.
Marian Parsons, aka Miss Mustard Seed, in the design blog world, developed this gorgeous range of colors, which compliments most interiors.
The colors are:
Arabesque - dusky pink
Aviary - dusky blue
Artissimo – navy/midnight blue
Bergere - smokey, blue, gray
Boxwood – rich, dark grassy green
Curio – rich, walnut brown
Eulalie’s Sky – pale greenish-blue
Farmhouse White - not too cool, not too warm - just perfect!
Flow Blue – rich blue
French Enamel – vibrant, mid-tone blue
Grainsack – it looks gray, sometimes white, sometimes beige
Ironstone – pure white.
Kitchen Scale – rich teal
Layla's Mint - warm, minty green
Linen - cream
Lucketts Green – soft, spring green
Marzipan - off white with beige + gray undertones
Mora - neutral with gray, blue and green undertones
Mustard Seed Yellow – warm, buttery yellow
Outback Petticoat - warm orange
Schloss - “greige” gray with beige undertones
Shutter Gray – French blue/gray
Trophy – warm, rich gray with yellow undertones
Typewriter – black
Top Coat Options:
Clear Furniture Wax
Bonding Liquid for Non-Chippy Finish