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Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Makeover with Chalk Paint

Hi All,
I joined the rest of the DIY’ers and invested in Annie Sloan’s Chalk Paint.  At $35 a quart + shipping, I had high expectations.
It did NOT disappoint.
For starters, I had to get used to painting with a brush.  That took a bit of trial and error.  But then I was off and painting.  I finished 4 pieces on Monday!
Here is the first of many.
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This end table was pretty beat up.  It has great chunky legs and the table top opens up on both sides, both are great features.
Without sanding or priming, I painted it in Paris Gray.
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A light distressing with a sanding block.  Then, I finished it with a coat of poly.
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Look at that cute knob!
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This baby is in the booth, ready for a good home.
Have a great day!
Domestically Speaking


Carrie @ Hazardous Design said...

Looks great and I love that color!

Anonymous said...

What is this Annie Sloan Chalk Paint? Never heard of it and where do you get it?

Polly said...

Turned out great! I love that you didn't have to prime!

Vintage Restyled said...

Here is a stockist and some additional info on Chalk Paint.

cathy said...

wow, shannon! looks so amazing and so professionally done! i was on the fence about ordering Annie Sloan's paint (although I totally trust Miss Mustard Seed!). You've convinced me it's worth the price! Now to pick a color.....

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