Monthly Archives: August 2014

Video: Shellac and Primer First Step Refinishing With Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

This tutorial is 5th in a series of 13 “How To” videos where I show and explain my techniques for painting and refinishing furniture. If you would to view the other tutorials in this series, you can find them here, here, here, and here. And just quick reminder.. these are the last two days you… Read more »

Very Vintage

    A very vintage and rustic pine chair is painted in layers of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®.  Antibes Green is distressed to reveal a base coat of Primer Red. Touches of Arles and Old White are added for highlights.  Painted to enhance the sturdy construction and wood grain and allow the natural patina to show… Read more »

Puerta en España

    Located in Bilbao, Spain, this is an entrance of grand scale. Pattern, shape, details and color combine for an architectural masterpiece designed to impress all. Using an Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® color palette of Graphite and Florence on your entryway is a great way to add a surprise of color to an otherwise neutral color… Read more »

Arles over Primer Red

  A perfect two color combination is inspired from this cabinet, found on Pinterest. Using Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®, layer Arles over Primer Red, and distress. An authentic look for a vintage cupboard. And remember the contest/giveaway is ending soon.  Sign up  now to win the fabulous vintage mirror.   Arles can be a surprising… Read more »

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