Posts Categorized: #cabinet

Nothing is Easier

  Painting with a chalk based paint is so, so easy. A light cleaning and you’re good to go. Unless your finish is in a bad state, no stripping, sanding or priming. Pure & Original Classico is the most luxurious paint. It goes on beautifully, levels well, and has great coverage. And the colors are so… Read more »

Combining Function and Beauty

a   I love all things design, so when I spotted this vintage flat file cabinet at a local thrift store, I couldn’t get my credit card out fast enough. (Really, I almost ran to the cashier.) Old and oak, sturdy and worn, practical and charming. When in doubt, Antibes Green  Chalk Paint never disappoints. A… Read more »

True Blue

      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 »

Rough Luxe

  To add character and contrast to a modern white room: Start with one battered cabinet complete with worm holes, cracks, and warping. Paint randomly with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®, part Paris Grey and part Old White. Add Coco to crevices, edges and cracks, feet and baseboards. Distress as desired. For more cupboards to add personality… Read more »

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