Posts Categorized: #colormixing

Matching Annie Sloan Colors

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  As a blogger, I get tons and tons and tons of questions, in emails, private messages, and comments. Lately, the most frequently asked question is about matching colors across brands and more specifically, “what color is that in Pure & Original?” Rather than answering each one individually,  it makes a great topic for posts. Pure… Read more »

Colorways Top 5

Armoire Duck Egg Blue

  I launched this blog at www.lesliestocker.com, just about a year ago, and as I look forward, I also look back. I’m planning new posts, and I wanted to know which ones were the most popular, the ones you liked the best. Luckily, WordPress does all the record keeping for me, so it was only a… Read more »

A Shade or Two

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  I actually like the fact that the Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® palette is limited to 32 premixed colors. Mixing the perfect variation of shade or tint is easy and predictable. Contrast that with choosing a color from a paint chip at Benjamin Moore or Sherwin Williams and their thousands of choices and I will… Read more »

Annie Sloan Blues & Greens

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  Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint color palette has several strong greens and blues; Florence and Antibes Green, Aubusson Blue and Napoleonic Blue.   Each one used alone can dominate any color palette.     Used in tandem will give reason to pause     and when three or four are layered and blended, all other colors… Read more »

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