Here at Reinvented Vintage, we specialize in bringing new life to tired, worn furniture and accessories. If you would like us to Reinvent a piece for you, call or email today!

We operate a retail store in Little Rock, Arkansas that is open Tuesday-Saturdays 11:00-6:00pm.  Within our store, we have a workshop where we paint furniture to be sold and paint customer-owned pieces.  Just bring us your furniture and we will help you choose just the right design, color and finish to transform it into something you will love for years to come.
Our retail store features several one-of-a-kind, handmade products and features the work of many local Arkansas artisans.
We are a proud  retailer of two specialty lines of furniture paint:  Miss Mustard Seed’s Milk Paint and Maison Blanche Vintage Furniture Paint.  These paints are available for purchase on our website and at our store.  We  offer workshops where we teach you how to use our two lines of specialty paints to their full potential.  Check this site frequently for the most updated workshop schedule.
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For more information call, email or come visit!
Reinvented Vintage:
Breckenridge Village Shopping Center
10301 North Rodney Parham Road
Suite E4
Little Rock, AR 72227
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Hours of Operation:
Tuesday – Saturday 11-6
Sunday & Monday closed

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  1. Lou Moore says:

    I live in Blytheville – did you ever post a tutorial about your new La Craie Paint?? Would really like tosee and hear about it – Is it priced like ASCP?? What is the difference?? Thankyou!

  2. Hi Lou, La Craie paint is priced at $38.95 a quart, $21.95 for a tin of wax. I love ASCP and have used it quite extensively. It is similar in that there is no sanding/priming/prepping required. The difference is that La Craie Paint is authentic chalk paint. The paint itself seems a bit thicker and goes on very smooth. Its ingredients are not carcinogenic and there are no drying agents in the paint. Expect the paint to take about 30 minutes to dry per coat, as opposed to 10-15. As it dries, the color will slightly darken. It also takes a bit more sanding to push back the paint but this is a good thing in my mind as there is no cloud of chalk dust that ends up in my lungs. 🙂 And of course the other main difference is the color pallet. I’m really enjoying this new product I’ll be offering workshops beginning in August if you’d like to come to LR to “play” with the paint. Updates will be posted here!

  3. Can you give us any tips on the wax? I recently bought some Maison Blanche paint and wax. Everything about the Annie Sloan wax says to apply it very thin. I have applied 2 coats on the Maison Blanche wax and I am not sure I have enough to keep my piece from scratching.

    • Maison Blanche wax is very easy to use. I paint it on using an inexpensive chip brush. You will be able to see where you haave waxed and where you have not. The wax will penetrate the paint. After it dries or about 30 minutes, you can buff it with an old t-shirt or rag. It will buff to a nice satin shine. If you feel like you need to add a second coat, you can….I usually don’t. The great thing about MB wax is that you don’t have to use the clear and the dark in conjunction with each other. You can simply put the dark wax on all by itself! It will not stain the paint and is easy to work with. Brush it on, buff it to a shine. Easy, Peasy! 🙂

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