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" SHE IS AN old soul WITH new style, WHO WEARS BLACK AND SPEAKS HER MIND. SO POWERFUL, SHE LEAVES HER PRINTS ON EVERYONE SHE TOUCHES BECAUSE SHE IS BOTH: a savage AND a sweet heart." - S. MCNUTT

Painting Laminate Furniture

Laminate furniture, can be built good! But you think “ugh so beautiful but how will I paint this?” That’s what I thought as well. But I wanted to try! This is how my project went painting a laminate piece of furniture!






This dresser is refinished in ‘Country Chic Paints’ - Cheesecake off white. And miniwax - special walnut stain for the legs! Keep reading for the steps.



You may be wondering what the red spots are?!

that is CAR BONDO! It smooths to a buttery feel and is paintable! So filling any chips or roughing it works well :)



This is after 2 coats of country chic cheesecake paint over top their country chic paint primer! The adhesion works so great with this paint.


1. wash your piece and dry it

2. fill any chips or marks with car bondo, let dry! (Be aware this stuff does smell 🤧)

3. once dry use a 330 bondo sanding block to smooth!

4. once the surface is even and smooth to touch apply country chic clear bonding primer!

5. once dry (dries fast) apply 1st coat, sand in between coats for an extra smooth finish ! I use a roller on this big piece! And I honestly prefer the DOLLARAMA ROLLER PRODUCTS. So affordable.

6. apply X3-4 coats

7. once complete apply a top coat! The one I used for this project was a miniwax poly acrylic



This mid century style piece of furniture is vintage! It’s funny how furniture pieces went from 100% wood, to partial wood, to laminate and wood, and Veneer, to current ikea furniture and particle board. Regardless of the type of furniture your working with, it’s amazing what a little bit of paint can do!