One of my favorite things about milk paint is that you can never be sure exactly how your piece will turn out. Sometimes when I think I’ll get a lot of chipping I hardly get any or the opposite can happen. The first piece is an antique pine server with what I’d call a medium amount of chipping and it’s just right for the piece. The second piece is a mid-century dresser which chipped a lot, especially where it’s painted white. I think it makes the dresser really unique.