Easy chalk painted farmhouse flower pots are a fun way to add a little farmhouse decor to any space!
Before we sold our house, I had to do finish dozens of unfinished projects so we could stage the house and make everything pretty. I needed a little something to fill the space on my mantel. I found these three pots on clearance, and decided to give them a farmhouse makeover.
I knew I wanted them white with a distressed finish, so the first thing I did was give them a quick coat of black spray paint. I used Rustoleum high gloss black because that’s what I had on hand.
After the spray paint dried, I have them all a few coats of white chalk paint. I used BB Frosch chalk paint powder and mixed with with a flat white paint, just like I did with my daughter’s chandelier. The photo below shows her pink paint, just pretend it’s white. 😉
After I painted them, I sanded the edges a bit with some sandpaper, then sealed them with the BB Frosch clear wax. I like buffing all my chalk paint projects with cheesecloth, but you can also use a rag or old t-shirt. Didn’t they turn out pretty?
They were the perfect fit for the space on my farmhouse mantle. I can’t wait to find a place for them here in the new house!
Love farmhouse decor? Here are a few more easy projects: