Sometimes we come across a stash of old wooden windows or shutters, and we wonder what can we do with these? Click on the link below to see how some homeowners have repurposed old windows and shutters.
In the Caribbean, old-fashioned shutters like the ones in the photo above, were used a lot to allow the movement of breezes to pass through and cool the interior of the building. Hurricane shutters are used to protect the glass in windows and doors from smashing during high winds and rains.
Here we are at an Antique Fair in upstate NYC, what a find! A stash of really old wooden shutters, perfect for old signs. You can paint your own sign on these shutters, find out more about our classes at www.thecamellia.com
Cottage/Chalky Paint is perfect for repainting shutters, giving them that distressed look, and it comes in 55 colours. It's water-based and low voc's, making it a perfect project for right now.
Want to spruce up your Camp's interiors, maybe you have dark panelled walls,..... Paint right over with #Serenity Cottage Paint. We sell Cottage/Chalky Paint at The Camellia, at 30, Hacquoil Rd.
Here is an Oak picture frame getting a Makeover with #CountryManor #CottagePaint. Look around you and see what you can makeover with Cottage Paint today! Then come see us here at The Camellia, we have most colours in stock, at 30, Hacquoil Rd.