MMSMP Whitewash Technique – Designs by Donnie

We are beyond excited to share this post with you today! One of our MMSMP Featured Artisans, Donnie Galli of Designs by Donnie, is sharing how he creates his characteristic whitewash technique using Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint products!

Yep, that’s right! He’s giving you a tutorial on how to create that gorgeous finish above. Oh happy day!

Before we get started, in case you missed our featured post on Donnie’s work, you can catch it by clicking the photo below.

Featured Artisan Designs by Donnie Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint

So without further ado, you can watch Donnie’s tutorial video below.

The products that Donnie used in this tutorial can be purchased from your local retailer. Ask for Farmhouse White Milk Paint, Hemp Oil and Tough Coat. You can buy Hemp Oil by the gallon if you love it as much as he does! Our Milk Paint also comes in larger bulk sizes as well.

Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint Designs by Donnie

To find a MMSMP retailer near you, use our map and see who is in your neighborhood! You can special order the larger sizes of products too. Stop in and chat with a MMSMP retailer for more details!

Now if you don’t have a retailer near you, check our fabulous online shopping options by clicking here. Several of our retailers also sell online and offer wonderful customer service. You can also pick up MMSMP products on Esty, Ebay and Amazon.

So what do you think? Isn’t Donnie’s technique fabulous? We seriously swoon over the exposed wood grain!

Miss Mustard Seed's Milk Paint Farmhouse White Designs by Donnie

To learn more about Donnie and his work, follow him on Facebook and Instagram. His website is another great resource for more information about his creations!

Whitewash Technique Designs By Donnie

We’re definitely excited to be along for the ride!

Donnie Galli

3 thoughts on “MMSMP Whitewash Technique – Designs by Donnie

  1. vicky davis

    What kind of wood was used on the table that Donnie did the tutorial for?

    1. Designs by Donnie

      Hi ? the in the “how to” video was Ash, however I’ve used this technique on dozens of different species and it works perfectly each time. Good luck and enjoy.

  2. Angela

    Does it matter if the wood was stained previously to doing the white wash technique?


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