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NEW Enhancement Creams For Transforming Painted Furniture

CeCe Caldwell's new Enhancement Creams are a great option for easily creating texture and depth to your painted furniture project.  Add that something extra to your thrift store transformation with some patina, pickling or a more traditional aging.  CeCe's Enhancing Cream comes in 3 colors to compliment your furniture upcycle.  

CeCe Caldwell's new enhancing Creams add depth and texture to painted furniture projects

The Jade Enhancement Cream creates a gorgeous patina to any paint color.  We especially love it applied to Vermont Slate, Newport Navy or any neutrals like French Quarter Gray and Young Kansas Wheat     

Marble Enhancement Cream is gorgeous on a dark color but also works well on light colors, adding extra depth and interest.  Our favorite paint colors to add Marble to are Newport Navy, Vermont Slate and any and all of the greens and blues

     

The final color, Obsidian, is more like a traditional aging cream and can add contrast to a light color or depth and texture to a dark color.  We especially love it over Pittsburgh Gray and Jersey Tomato but it truly enhances any and all CeCe Caldwell's Chalk + Clay Paints colors.

     

Enhancement Creams are easy to use and can be applied over an existing finish or directly over any paint.  If you are wanting more control of how much the cream changes the look it is best to apply over your finish but we find it very user friendly and hard to 'overdo' it.  A little bit does go a long way with this product and it comes in a convenient 4 oz size which would likely be plenty for a couple of dressers or buffets or several side/coffee/end table sized projects.  

Just like the rest of CeCe's Paints products, Enhancement Creams are 100% natural and made in the USA.  They are safe to use indoors and around children and pets without extreme ventilation measures. 

 

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