Buying vintage 1960's furniture and refurbishing

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Vintage retro 1960's furniture is making a come back this year with many savaging through the local charity shops for little gems to give their home a 1960's vintage feel.
It's obvious to see while flicking through furniture catalogues that this era of design has inspired today's current styles, but here's the problem, people want the originals! 
Buying your own piece of original 1960's furniture is a beautiful experience but a route many seem to be taking this is is by refurbishing their finds with chalk paint to give a more retro fun feel to the piece. 
Doing up your own piece of furniture to be pride of place in your home is very therapeutic and it's obvious to see this year chalk paints have made a big impact in the world of furniture makeovers! 
I would recommend the Annie Sloan chalk paint due to its no prep such as sanding and priming, and can be used on any surface. With a colour palette inspired by 18th and 19th century decor and design, chalk paint is perfect for refurbishing your new found treasures to give your home a reflection on this again fashionable era of decor and design.
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