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With over 70 stockists we are lucky to have so many great friends who are experts in all things Mezzie and Frank. They are all ready to help you all with any queries you have or advise on any projects you are working on. Many of our stockists also hold workshops.
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Australia has soooo much colour and beauty in her landscapes, icons and nature! Everywhere we look we are inspired by the shades, contrasts, designs and total awesomeness. We pay homage to another handful of Aussie iconic entities with our new beautiful colours.
If you have our colour card, you’ll want to
You may have noticed that our Mezzie+Frank Chalk Effects paints are named after great Aussie icons. Our colour inspiration truly comes from Aussie landscapes, icons and our way of life.
We love including nature in our styling too, and plants are so easy to use to showcase
At Mezzie+Frank, we love sharing our workshop space with our lovely friends. We have regular workshops for furniture transformation and fun and a bit of bubbly if you like.
We also have some regular little visitors who like to help us with stock and inspiration!
This amazing creation is our giant colour palette, created in plywood with lots of love and attention.
Our biggest challenge will be updating it with new colours when they come along! And of course there will be more gorgeous colours added to our exclusive Australian range in the
This gorgeous piece was bought to a workshop we ran in Ingham in North Queensland by Jo the owner of Green Jelly Kitchen and Homewares – our wonderful Mezzie + Frank Chalk Effects stockist for the region.
It was painted two pack white and although the lines of it were fabulous
This tired old classic Parker wall unit was a treasure we found at a second hand store. It had such good bones and we could see the potential. The frame was solid but the drawer and cupboard fronts were a timber laminate. We decided to keep the timber edges to frame
So after all your comments I chose Coalmine which I mixed with Threadbo 1/4 to 3/4 ratio to achieve this gorgeous pale grey. The accents are Pavlova. I stripped and sanded the top. OMG that was hard work but all I did was wax it with Our Dark wax just using steel wool. I took a picture before I put the top back on because it
This old cupboard has had a few lives but I wanted to try stencilling with a modelling paste to create texture. I let the paste dry over night then painted the whole piece in Coalmine. I then started painting with Daintree but I had an old rag and wiped some paint off as I went.