Friday, February 20, 2015

La Chaux Tutorial

Hi Friends!

Happy Friday!  For most of you Friday is significant - the start of the weekend.  For many of us Ohio folks this week has been an extended weekend.  First, we were off Monday & Tuesday from school.  Wednesday, I had a sick kiddo (home again), Thursday no school due to it being insanely cold and today does not promise to be better.  

My kids are way off their schedule, climbing the walls and I lost it on Wednesday.  
So it's fun times at Casa Gabor.

My shoppe is in town and when school closes, I close. Not to mention, I cannot leave my 2 kids alone! However, regardless of today's outcome, we are opening.  
I need my shoppe fix.  I need to escape the madness of my home.

So, today the shoppe is open 12:00 - 4:00.  It's the perfect time to grab your Maison Blanche Paint, some canvas' for the walls that you have been looking at or to be inspired.

Anyway, yesterday I shared a new technique for restyling furniture with Maison Blanche La Chaux Lime Paint.  You can read the post here.

Today, I thought it would be easier to share a video of the steps I took.  This video is the owner of Maison Blanche.  She makes it super easy to follow.


Here are some details as we have on the website.


The Maison Blanche Paint Company's La Chaux French Lime Paint is a traditional Lime Paint made of pure, European Lime, mixed with natural pigments. The result is a eco-friendly, zero VOC paint product made with minimally processed natural ingredients that will allow you to turn your walls into art and to paint furniture with stunning results.

Our French Lime Paint is highly alkaline, so it's naturally resistant to fungus and mold as well as being anti-bacterial. This feature makes it ideal for bathrooms, kitchens and children's rooms. 

La Chaux French Lime Paint is more textural than chalk based paints. Lime Paints have been used for over seven thousand years and have even been found applied to the insides of pyramids! This is a very traditional European product and gives the look of multiple layers of paint with only one coat.

*For a full video tutorial and demonstration of La Chaux, please visit the Maison Blanche Paint Company Youtube channel

La Chaux French Lime Paint - click here to view all 16 shades - $41.95 per quart

La Chaux French Lime Paint Maison Blanche Paint Company

Reminder, we are open 12:00 - 4:00 Today 

&

 11:00-4:00 Saturday!


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