A deep muted olive green, vintage in nature. Bayberry is perfectly vintage. It is stunning on its own or as part of a natural palette. Pairs with Bedford for depth and drama or Plaster for a rustic, seasoned feel.
Fusion Mineral Paint Description: A professional paint that is perfect for beginners to even the most experienced painters alike. Fusion has a built-in top coat that does not require waxing or polyurethane. It dries to a beautiful matte finish that can be top coated if you desire. This line has over 50 beautiful shades and custom colors can always be mixed by adding colors together. Each pint covers approximately 75 sq. ft. and you will be amazed at just how much you can paint with one pint!
For busy-DIYers, Fusion™ Mineral Paint is the only choice for exceptional color, coverage and durability. Fusion™ colors are non-toxic, lead free, virtually odorless and have no volatile organic compounds (VOC) and contain no ammonia or formaldehyde.
Each batch goes through rigorous quality control, ensuring that the paint will not separate or harden in the container for 7 years. Fusion is able to achieve this by using only the best available ingredients on the market. This formulation is 100% unique and formulated from the ground up. Fusion is an All-in-One acrylic type of paint which is exclusive to any paint on the market today.
Go from inspired to admired in a few hours. Add color, reinvent and enjoy your time to create. Live with things you love and DIY the rest. Pick your project, bring home a pot of mineral inspiration, spend a few minutes prepping your piece and you are ready to Paint it Beautiful!
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I am so thrilled with this mineral paint that I used on an old solid wood dresser that I had stored in the garage for the last six years. My last furniture piece that I painted I used chalk paint but I found the Infusion mineral paint was easier to apply and did not show any visible brush strokes. I loved the color and the finished dresser with the matte finish ilooks beautiful. I will use the Infusion paint for my next project.