Posts Categorized: #AnnieSloan

Late to the Party

late to the party

  Tucked away in the wrong folder on my desktop, I found this forgotten post from summer past. A petite bistro table and chairs I picked up in a flea market years ago. It has a permanent place in my backyard season after season. Every spring I throw a little Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® at… Read more »

Made It My Own with Annie Sloan…and you can too!


  I have always loved the versatility of folding screens and making one has been on my radar for a while. They are easy and inexpensive to make and I like the idea of creating one that is unique and designed to fit right into my home. Annie Sloan is holding a Made It My… Read more »

Some Things Need No Paint


  This was my first Craig’s List purchase, a vintage brass chandelier. And amazingly it still hangs in my dining room, unchanged (unpainted),  1 year later.   But others do. French Curves a Chandelier in the Kitchen a DIY Faux Mercury Glass   If you have an old or new lighting fixture that needs improvement with paint, check… Read more »

True Blue

True Greek Blues

      Combinations of blue are my favorite color palettes. Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® is so easy to layer to create striking and complex blues. I used Napoleonic Blue, Aubusson Blue and Greek Blue on my antique Chinese Apothecary Cabinet, layers of Napoleonic Blue and Graphite on this Chest of Drawers, and different shades… Read more »

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