My Top 20 Dixie Belle 3 Color Blends

I am often asked about my favorite paint colors that I have used to blend together on furniture. I have finally compiled a list of my Top 20 Dixie Belle Paint Company 3-color combos for blending!

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  • Stormy Seas
  • Vintage Duck Egg
  • Driftwood

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  • Bunker Hill Blue
  • Mermaid Tail
  • Rebel Yellow


  • Mason Dixon Gray
  • Tea Rose
  • Drop Cloth


  • Caviar
  • Midnight Sky
  • Gravel Road


  • Aubergine
  • Muscadine Wine
  • Plum Crazy


  • Colonel mustard
  • Chocolate
  • Buttercream


  • Midnight Sky
  • Stormy Seas
  • Drop Cloth


  • Bunker Hill Blue
  • Palmetto
  • Mermaid Tail


  • Peony
  • Plum Crazy
  • Soft Pink


  • Barn Red
  • Flamingo
  • Apricot


  • Antebellum Blue
  • French Linen
  • Midnight Sky


  • French Linen
  • Dusty Blue
  • Sawmill Gravy


  • Colonel Mustard
  • Collard Greens
  • Stormy Seas


  • Vintage Duck Egg
  • Yankee Blue
  • Lemonade


  • Patina Bronze
  • Patina Copper
  • Patina Iron


  • Buttercream
  • Vintage Duck Egg
  • Sea Glass


  • Palmetto
  • Cotton
  • Coffee Bean


  • Flea Market Decor Aged Ivory
  • Flea Market Decor Golden Years
  • Flea Market Decor Reclaimed Barn


  • Moonshine Metallics Gold Digger
  • Moonshine Metallics Silver Bullet
  • Moonshine Metallics Steel Magnolia


  • Voodoo Gel Stain in Tobacco Road
  • Voodoo Gel Stain in Black Magic
  • Voodoo Gel Stain in Up In Smoke

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  1. Brandy I LOVE all of your paint combo’s! You just gave me some great inspiration on what colors to use on a nautical themed piece that I have to do for a client. Thank you for sharing!!

    • Hi Brandy. I started watching your you tube videos and have learned so many different techniques. Your talent is amazing. I’m excited to get started with some new projects. Thank you again, as you are giving me the encouragement I need😊

  2. You must have been reading my mind. Sandra has n Houston.

    On Mon, Jul 29, 2019 at 2:56 AM Brushed By Brandy wrote:

    > Brandy K. posted: “Order your Dixie belle paint here 1. Stormy seas > Vintage duck egg Driftwood 2. Bunker hill blue Mermaid tail Rebel yellow 3. > Mason dixon gray Tea rose Drop cloth 4. Caviar Midnight sky Gravel Road 5. > Aubergine Muscadine” >

    • Unfortunately i don’t have a separate email list, if you scroll to the bottom, there is a section to input your email, in addition to just following

  3. Hi
    I’m wanting to paint my cupboards in a turquoise and I’m wondering if DB has that color or does it need to be mixed colors. which colors would make turquoise?

    • They have a brand new color called antebellum blue that will be available 8/19, there is a piece in this post that uses it, a dark teal

  4. Hi Brandy!
    I love all of your pieces and your blending and eye for detail is truly the gold standard. Having said that the piece (#12) you recently posted on social media blew me away! It is perfection and my favorite by far. Congratulations on your continued success and thank you for kindly sharing your knowledge and process.

  5. Hey Brandy, you were the first You Tube artist i watched and i am still watching and learning. I don’t know why lately it has just been harder to keep up with the actual tutorials. Honey, keep doing what you do and creating these beautiful pieces. No one could ever compare to you. I think you were just born with it. You are awesome! I am still trying to change my name from mimirhea to Cheryl and about to be MimiRhea’s Re-loved Treasures. Watch out world here i come!!! Not really, too embarassed.

  6. Hi Brandy, I love these color combos. I am looking to repaint a small table turned hutch. How do you blend the legs, or would it be a lot faster to just do them in a metallic?

  7. Hey girl! These are all so amazing! I am so in love with the Dusty Blue 💙, but haven’t used it yet. Do you have a tutorial or YouTube up yet of your piece with Dusty Blue, French Linen, and Sawmill Gravy? I bought all three after seeing your piece and want to try them out on a jewelry armoire, but I’m a step by step learner, both written and visually. I’m bound and determined to get some decent blending done, lol. So any help you can let me know about on that piece would be awesome!
    Thanks so much!
    Candy Walsh

  8. Hey girl! I am in love with Dusty Blue💙! Do you have a tutorial or YouTube up yet for your piece using Dusty Blue, French Linen and Sawmill Gravy? I got all three after seeing your gorgeous piece and have a jewelry armoire I’d love to try these on. I’m bound and determined to get at least a somewhat decent blend job done, lol. I’m a step by step visual or written directions kind of learner, so anything you can share will be great!!
    Candy Walsh

  9. Hi Brandy. I started watching your you tube videos and have learned so many different techniques. Your talent is amazing. I’m excited to get started with some new projects. Thank you again, as you are giving me the encouragement I need😊

  10. Do you have a video or tutorial on techniques used on #15 above with the patina colors? I love it!

      • This piece here, your number #15? How did you come up with that brown on the bottom of legs? And did you use the same topcoat as you used on the entire piece? When I first saw you on YouTube, there was a big black entertainment center in the background with this same brown on the top. I been trying to find that tutorial and can find it anywhere. You weren’t working on that piece, it was in the background

      • The legs are iron patina paint as well, gator hide was sprayed on the entire body. If a piece was just in the background, it may not have a video. I can’t possibly make videos with every piece I do

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