In nature, green is abundant, while purple is relatively rare. Yet when paired they make a striking combination as seen in this inspirational photo found on Pinterest. Consider adding touches of Emile to your next Annie Sloan Chalk PaintⒸ, Antibes Green project.
Posts Categorized: Antibes Green
Here is a new page in my Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Color Swatch Book. It combines the color cards for the additional green colors you can mix, by using Antibes Green + English Yellow, Antibes Green+ Arles and Florence + English Yellow, and Florence + Arles. It also shows the results when these new custom colors are… Read more »
This pine cabinet is for toy storage in a children’s playroom. It was purposefully painted to have a very distressed, chippy finish, with a fun ombre color effect. Annie Sloan Chalk Paint is definitely the way to go on a piece that will have heavy use, wear and tear. It is also a great example… Read more »
Yesterday I posted about expanding my Annie Sloan Chalk Paint color range for green by mixing Antibes Green and English Yellow to make a brighter, lime green. Today I want to share my results of mixing Antibes Green with Arles in 1:1, 1:2, and 2:1 proportions. These variations remind me of the mossy green… Read more »