Butternut is our warm, golden, mustard-yellow furniture paint color. Butternut is more aged, golden, darker and deeper than our Straw. It is a uniquely bold and golden yellow hue.
MudPaint is a clay and water-based paint that is easy to apply, offers great coverage, and has a smooth matte finish. MudPaint is eco-friendly, LEED-compliant and it’s unique, clay-based formula with natural earthen materials requires little prep work and no waxing for a smooth coat. You will love painting with Butternut- MudPaint’s golden, aged, mustard-yellow furniture paint color.
Hand Painted Wooden Tag – The best way to see the actual MudPaint color and texture.
4 oz – Perfect for a small project like a chair or side table.
8 oz – Perfect for small to medium-sized projects.
16 oz Pint – Usually more than enough to complete a large size piece of furniture.
32 oz Quart – Covers approximately 150 square feet and will cover several pieces of furniture.
We are so confident you will love our yellow gold paint color, we offer a 30 Day Return Policy. If for ANY reason you are unsatisfied with MudPaint’s Butternut, please return the unused portion of the paint to us. Also, kindly explain the reason for the request for a refund. And then we will happily refund 100% of the cost to you!
I am absolutely loving the outcome with each piece I paint. Customers are beyond happy and love the durability!
The customer service is awesome! Very sweet company. 99% of people never reach out to say Thank You – They do every time!
This is a fan favorite!
This was my first time using MudPaint and I was impressed! This 1959 buffet with all its scroll insets was not fun to paint. While I still had to do several coats with a tiny brush on the doors, the thickness and coverage of your paint made it bearable. Love the finish it gave!
Excellent packaging and service!
Very fine paint, which spreads easily. and super cool colors too! I love it!
Covers well .Watch out for tiny droplets and paint berms as these will dry to an alligator skin finish if not quickly brushed out . These can be hard to see on edges and irregular surfaces until they dry and form.