19.4.15

Oak Buffet and Hutch with Fusion Mineral Paint in Coal Black

Black is one of my favourite colours for painted furniture. This past week I updated this solid oak buffet and hutch with Fusion Mineral Paint in Coal Black.


I had been wanting to try Fusion Mineral Paint. Next Time Around in Cambridge, Ontario sells Fusion and the owner emailed me a picture of a similar cabinet done in Coal Black. She suggested leaving the buffet top, beadboard and shelves in the original oak. 


I also kept the interior of the lower section oak as it is in great condition.


Fusion is supposed to have a very durable finish with no top coat needed so I was able to finish this fairly quickly. I used most of the container of paint probably due to the grain in the solid oak.


This is the before, a very solid piece that we got off a neighbour who had it listed on kijiji online classifieds. It is a great size for smaller spaces.


New hardware was added to update it even more.


I added back a vintage scale and a few ironstone pieces. The kitchen table was moved for better photos but it is back in place now and I will share a few photos tomorrow.


While the black better suits our style, this piece is for sale. I am looking for an industrial style metal shelf unit that is wider and shallower to better fit this small eat in space in our kitchen.
 Have you tried Fusion paint?

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11 comments:

  1. Hi Elizabeth! Oh, this hutch turned out beautifully! The black color does look so pretty.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  2. Wow! This piece turned out amazing!! Love it!
    Never heard of this paint before till we were in an antiques mall yesterday and there was a whole display as you walked in, and now you have use it.

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  3. It looks beautiful, I can't believe you are selling it!

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  4. That's a great transformation! I prefer it painted over solid oak. I've never tried or even heard of that paint before. That should sell quickly. It looks like new!

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    1. Thanks! It is made by Homestead House (here in Toronto that makes MMSMP, and sold in US as well.)

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  5. It turned out beautifully Elizabeth! I've never painted with that type of paint. I would love to do our dining set, which is colonial pine, in white. Hubby won't let me though. :)

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  6. That is beautiful, Elizabeth. I guess I am out of the loop because I have never even heard of that paint. Looks like it did a good job---especially if it covered oak in just one coat! xo Diana

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  7. The cupboard looks wonderful, Elizabeth! You did a fantastic job on it! The ironstone dishes look really nice in, and on the piece, too.
    I scrolled through your previous posts, since it's been a while since I've visited you.
    Your house looks gorgeous!!!
    Have a great evening.
    Debbie
    xo

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  8. That looks fantastic... just enough black to make a statement and highlight the natural wood...
    Susan

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  9. The black looks so nice paired with the light oak. I love the Fusion Coal black, truest black I have used of all the paints.

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