Love the look of milk painted furniture and decor, and absolutely love our new colour collection, but not sure how to use milk paint?
Check out this DIY blog where our Vintage Bird Milk Paint creator, Corrina, talks you through her best tips when mixing powdered milk paint (the best kind!)
Everything you need to know to whip up a batch of our beautiful paint and get creating!
As far as FAQ's go, "how much paint do I need?" rates up there with the most frequently asked...
We have four different sizes in our mineral Furniture Paint range, so we want to make sure you buy the right size. Here’s a blog that walks you though the process you can use to decide which size is best for your planned project.
Vintage Bird Furniture Paint does an amazing job of transforming your old, tired furniture, but did you know it works just as well on a variety of other surfaces as well?
I recently painted the embroidered fabric seat of an old chair, and created some pretty, farmhouse style long cushions. Check out this latest blog or find out how.
August’s Colour of the Month at Bird on the Hill is Black Cat, and we are thrilled to announce a special collaboration with Lindy, the creative force behind “From Start to Vintage” whose beautiful home features on Instagram on her @our.vintage.farm page.
Lindy’s beautifully styled home includes lot’s of Black Cat painted pieces that just ooze vintage farmhouse charm. Read on to find out how you can get the low down on her approach to creating perfect vintage style.
What’s a She-Shed?
Well if you’re a woman with a crafty habit that is starting to take over the house, read on... It may be time for you to carve out some of your own space for your creative R&R...
Don’t let having to mix Milk Paint put you off using this beautiful medium. It really is easy!
I’m Corrina, the creator/maker of Vintage Bird Milk Paint, and here are my 5 top tips to help you achieve perfect paint very time.
There are four good reasons (at least!) why I always paint two to three coats for my painted surfaces...
I'm sure you have read or heard of paint that does the job with just one coat, but in my experience painting like this doesn't provide a durable, long lasting finish.
Read on to find out my four reasons, and how you can achieve a durable, smooth and great quality finish that will last for years.
I've been painting furniture for quite a while, and I've learnt a thing or two.
If finding obvious brush strokes when your furniture paint dries is causing you grief, read on to find my top five tips to help banish the brush strokes!
New to the world of up-cycling & wondered what the “tools of the trade” are for furniture painters?
Read on to find out - I’ve shared the top 6 things I frequently use when doing painting projects.
Hemp Oil is the easiest way to finish your painted furniture.
Apart from being so simple to apply, it also offers a superior finish and does so much more than just look good! Read on to find out why I love this stuff so much...
(Here’s a hint... it’s super easy and the lazy painters best friend!)