When I’m in a quandary about color, I have a few Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® combinations that never fail, never disappoint. It’s my favorite neutral, a greige made of CoCo, Paris Grey and Old White. Paris Grey provides the base color. Shadows are made with light layers of Coco (French Linen can be substituted for Coco) and highlights washed on or dry brushed with Old White. It always works and always looks fresh.
You can vary it by changing the base color and using the other two colors for definition and contrast. Or mixing Old White to make tints of Paris Grey and Coco and adding layers.
It can be made to look worn, distressed, and vintage.
Or new and modern, as in the Restoration Hardware finish.
It’s a finish that can be used in any style of decor, from Gustavian to Rococo and in any color scheme, neutral or bold. It blends in and stands out at the same time.
It’s the perfect Chalk Paint color palette; Old White, Paris Grey, and Coco
I like Annie Sloan Chalk Paint for my craft and furniture projects, but for walls nothing compares to Pure & Original Fresco Lime Paint. I love the natural variations of shades and tones the lime creates within one paint color. You have to see how gorgeous it is! Checkout my most recent interior design make overs with Fresco. It can be purchased online atwww.502paint.com