Why Choose Dixie Belle Chalk Paint

My BFF introduced me to Dixie Belle’s Chalk Paint back when I lived in North Carolina and I fell in love. I have used it on so many pieces of furniture that were in desperate need of transformation! Some of which I haven’t even had the time to share about here! However, rest assured, every single room in my house has something painted in Dixie Belle Chalk Paint!

Check out: Before & After Projects Using Dixie Belle Chalk Paint

Why I Love Dixie Belle Paint

  • Beyond easy to use! I mean, literally
  • Creates a rich flat finish that is easily distressed on furniture or crafts
  • No sanding or priming. No VOC’s
  • Creates no brush marks
  • Doesn’t “peel” off wet paint when applying more
  • Requires only one coat
  • Water based so only water is required to wash out your brushes
  • Dries within minutes
  • A little goes a realllly long way!
  • And again…no sanding or priming required!!! Super win for a busy mom!
Repurposed Old Table with Chalk Paint and Stencil

64 Colors To Choose From

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My All-Time Favorite Colors

It’s so hard to decide which colors are my favorite simply because I honestly love all of them in their own ways! However, my most used color for items in my home was Dixie Belle Driftwood. It’s the perfect blend between a light gray and blue that pairs beautifully with all decor!

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Below are my favorite neutral colors that go well in every space!

Repurposed Old Table with Chalk Paint and Stencil
  1. Dried Sage
  2. Driftwood
  3. Sand Bar
  4. Sea Glass
  5. Vintage Duck Egg
  6. Stormy Seas

Painted Furniture Projects

Dresser Turned Dining Room Hutch in Dixie Belle Driftwood

Dresser makeover - before and after

Nightstand In Dixie Belle Bunker Blue

Shelf in Dixie Belle Kudzu

Dixie Belle Kudzu Green Painted Shelf Before & After

DIY Stencil Tray in Cotton & Bunker Hill Blue

Old Sewing Table in Soft Pink & Mermaid Tail

Magazine Table in Dried Sage, Drop Cloth and & Vintage Duck Egg

Repurposed Old Table with Chalk Paint and Stencil with dixie belle paint

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