Annie Sloan Painted Chest inspired by Paul Klee

Annie Sloan & Paul Klee – Inspirational Innovators

Ever the innovator, Annie Sloan does it again! In her latest blog post, Annie Sloan, the dynamic inventor of  Chalk Paint® decorative paint, finds new inspiration in the paintings of Paul Klee. Paul Klee was born on December 18, 1879, in Münchenbuchsee, near Bern, Switzerland. His highly developed sense of color and style were greatly […]

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Rescued Cupboard: after

Chalk Paint® Rescue: Cupboard

Judy and Kathleen’s Cupboard Rescue: Before: A gorgeous old cupboard with great bones, but such a mess!   Layers upon layers of old paint, varnish, shellac, chipping paint that had to be removed,  yucky wall paper on the backboard of the upper cupboard section, and a warped interior. A perfect project piece for  Chalk Paint® […]

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French Shutter Catch

A New Blog: Annie Sloan • Paint & Colour

Annie Sloan has created a new blog and it’s an absolute must read! The posts are packed with information, inspiring stories, and beautiful images, which Annie ties in nicely by posting color swatches from her Chalk Paint®. A fine example comes from Annie’s post about Australia showing old ironwork and a gorgeous balcony above pillars reminiscent […]

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Vintage Dresser Rescue Using Chalk Paint® Decorative Paint by Annie Sloan

A lovely, but lonely dresser brought back to life by Cindy using Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan! This vintage oak dresser was in truly rough shape and even had a later-added laminated top, damaged finish, and lots of general wear. In all, it badly needed a rescue. Cindy used Coco on sides and […]

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