Handpainted Furniture and DIY Supplies from New York

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Most women know by now- if you need something special- you’ll find it on Etsy!

Old Barn Milk Paint in Agate

The online mall for handmade goods is a great place to find unique handmade products as well as supplies- to create your own! While majority of shops offer one of the two, few shops offer the two.
In these cases, the shops would often offer the tools and materials they use in their artwork- making that shop a one-stop-shop for that specific field of art.

Paint Pixie Brushes Starter PackRustic painted wood heart

Such a shop is Millersxingdesign, owned by Becka Miller.
In Becka’s shop you’ll see amazing furniture and home decor items, made from her mind and crafty creativity.
Upcycling vintage and retro furniture, bringing out their natural color, re-doing them all together, or adding some decorative points to a larger piece- Becka’s furnitures are unique, one of a kind, and will be a great addition to any home!

Large Farmhouse Buffet SOLD Shabby Chic meets Farmhouse Glam SOLD Forever in blue jeans SOLD Blue boho pallet heart Baroque Style Vintage Hand Painted Armoire SOLD

If you like these furniture photos so much that they inspire you to create your own- you’d be happy to know that Becka is selling super useful DIY supply items… the exact tools she uses for her work!
Beeswax polish, old barn milk paint, paint pixie paint brushes, aging dust, paint bonding cream, and a lot more!

If you like what you see here- you’d be happy to know that Becka keeps social channels with all this goodness, giving you a peak at her creative life via Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest!
You’ll also find that Becka has a website for her business, with more than what you’ll find on Etsy!

 

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Vintage China Cabinet

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