Chalk-painted brand-new kitchen

Nadine Vosloo shows the colours used in this beautiful brand new kitchen in Parys, Freestate on Live in Colour on The Home Channel.

Chalk-painting your kitchen

Re-vamping your kitchen with our chalk paint is so easy, you can also use stencil techniques and embellishments to add the finishing touches.

How to paint on wall tiles and melamine cupboards

Watch this episode of Live in Colour that featured on The Home Channel to see how to paint on kitchen tiles and how to paint melamine cupboards.

Tjhoko Paint – Whitewash your wooding cladding

A whitewashed surface, whether wood or brick, is right on trend; for this project, we whitewashed wooden cladding in four lovely different shades for added impact. Applying this technique to wood changes its colour, but does not cover the grain. And remember, it only works on raw timber and not

Tjhoko Paint – Chalk painting an underplate

Here’s how… 1. Paint the wooden board in Sherif’s Stone. When dry, drybrush with Silver then Rose Gold. 2. Secure the stencil on the board with masking tape and evenly spread Stencil of Paris (Tjhoko’s embossing paste) on top with a paint scraper. 3. Remove the stencil while the Stencil

Tjhoko Paint – Kitchen Revamp

Paint your tiles• Clean the tiles with a rag dipped in paint thinners and allow to dry completely – wait at least 20 minutes.• Mask off any sections you don’t want to paint.• Apply the base colour paint with a 160mm sponge roller, making sure the paint is evenly distributed;

Tjhoko Paint – Bathroom Revamp

Getting Started Paint the wall with the base colour – we used Lorain’s Cream. Apply two coats of paint; wait for the first layer to dry completely before applying the second layer (about 30–40 minutes between coats). Then leave overnight before doing the stencilling, as the masking tape used for

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