Whites & Creams by Annie Sloan compared side by side.
Pure: Perfect for modern interiors, this cool, clean white makes a crisp contrast with strong colors
Old White: The color of chalk and gesso, this is a cool soft white without pink or yellow in it.
Old Ochre: Old Ochre is the faded darkened cream color seen on old French painted furniture, woodwork and door exteriors
Cream: Cream is based on the traditional yellowish color that was used on old woodwork
Giverny is a bright, clean, cool blue in the Annie Sloan range. It is near the greener range of blues, without any red in it. Here it has been used to give this simple little side table a cheery makeover.
A soft, warm green, inspired by fields of alliums that Annie saw in Ethiopia, grown by women farmers who are supported by Oxfam’s Ethiopian Seed Project. This limited edition colour is great for creating a retro 50’s look, and works well as part of a vintage floral style. Every pot of Lem Lem sold will raise vital funds for Oxfam, helping people beat poverty worldwide.
Just finished this table in a light grey chalk paint. I distressed it super heavy so it definitely looks like its been around… and around.
You can see more images of this accent table HERE
I hand painted this dresser using Annie Sloan Florence and added dark wax to finish. If your looking to add an extra special furniture piece to your home, this dresser is it!! The curved front and Deep Green-Blue Turquoise color is stunning and definitely an eye catcher
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This antique desk was hand painted for a customer in Annie Sloans Old Ochre Chalk Paint. I was finished with clear wax finish and matches the antique chest I also painted for the same customer, shown in the image below.
Check out more furniture painting HERE