We're excited to share with you a project our friend Jodie from Crooked Tree Studio has been working on!
We love the amazing space her and her husband created for there family. We thought it'd be a good way to inspire you how you can use Milk Paint in your outdoor spaces.
Jodie has wanted to build a spot to relax in there back yard for sooo long. There beautiful spruce tree preventing grass to grow pushed her over the edge to get going on the project.
After she designed the structure her husband, Lynton, owner of West Four Eighty Six Construction made it a reality. Poof, just like that it was built, he's a super builder!
Jodie knew she wanted to give the space some character by painting the raw spruce boards with Milk Paint in natural wood tones.
Jodie wanted to keep a woodland, natural feel to their space and replicate the older wood shed and deck structures they currently had in their back yard.
Jodie has worked with Milk Paint before, so she knew it would be the best product to create the vision of what she wanted her end results to look like. Here are the steps she took:
Jodie used a natural bristle brush and rubbed on the oil at the end with a cotton cloth (you can apply the oil with a brush as well).
After all the painting Jodie started getting really excited for the final product. It was turning out exaclty how she wanted it too.
Now for the best part... decoarting the space with all the finishing touches!
They are very happy with the final look and that feel great that it's all natural and evironmentally friendly.
A big thank you to Jodie for letting us showcase her beautiful patio area! If you want to showcase your Milk Paint projects, feel free to tag us in your posts.