Leaning more on the controlling side, it is weird for me to see how much I love milk paint. It is its own animal in a lot of ways-you get subtle streaks of different pigments and the best part: it distresses how it wants. Granted, there are ways to prep a piece and bonding agents you can use, but in the end, I like to do a quick light sanding and wait and see what this animal I call milk paint decides to do on her own. Here is the latest piece: a pair of Ethan Allen nesting tables done in Miss Mustard Seed’s Artissimo, sealed and finished with Minwax clear furniture wax. If you love to redo furniture, I cannot recommend Miss Mustard Seed’s milk paint. It is versatile, surprising and completely VOC free, making it an excellent and healthy choice for decorating your home.