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Chocolate Fusion Desk


I am not usually a brown painter, to get a rich brown I usually go with stain but Fusion Mineral Paint has a color called chocolate that looked yummy. I chose to try it on this solid maple desk.




I just bought some painters pyramids and love them for lifting a project off the ground with easy access to the base all around. Now it is time to paint with the luscious Fusion Mineral Paint chocolate color in 2 coats.


After the first coat, I wet distressed the edges to give some added character to the solid paint color


 I chose new silver brushed stainless steel pulls and knobs, perfect


And because it is a desk that will get lots of use on the top I added 3 coats of Fusion Mineral Paint wipe on tough coat with a wet rag to complete the transformation ...






*Disclosure
As a Fusion brand blogger, I have received product in exchange for this post, but ALL the opinions are entirely MY own.  This post contains sponsored links for Fusion Mineral Paint




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  1. Wonderful velvety brown hue I will have to add it to my paint chip collection for later use, as always another wonderful makeover Lee Ann thanks for sharing at Fridfays Furniture Fix!

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    1. it is awesome, this coming from a non brown paint fan ;)

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  2. What a lovely transformation. It is a very pretty brown.

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  3. great job on the desk .... I am in love the the picture you have...!!!!

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  4. thanks ladies, the picture is one of many horse ones I have but it is a fav of mine too

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