Fresco Lime paint is made for walls, but I like to use it on furniture, too. In this case, my french, wrought iron chandelier in my kitchen, painted a few years ago with Duck Egg Blue Chalk Paint. I loved it, but I’m slowly moving out of my blue phase and into neutrals.
White Rhino, I felt like I was going on an adventure just opening the can. Not quite a gray, not quite a brown, it is the perfect color, without being either one and yet a blend of both.
Since it is a 3 person job to take it down and put it back up, I painted it in place. Pure & Original recommends using their primer first, but I decided to take a chance and go directly to the Fresco. Luckily I experienced no problems with adherence over the Chalk Paint. One thick coat was all it took to cover the blue. And, amazingly, I only had to use one color to achieve this rich, velvety finish with lush tonal variation.