Recent works

Annie Sloan's Chalk Paint

country style chair

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19 thoughts on “Recent works

    1. I wholeheartedly concur with Vikki. The cupboard is “utterly stunning”. It is exemplary work. I’m looking around my house, asking myself, “what do I have in this house that I can paint in a similar manner” …. I am enjoying your blog. Thank you for sharing. Jean (I painted my very first piece of furniture today; that was “huge” for me!)

  1. Hi I have clear tables perspex I want to paint them or spray them is this possible and what would be the best to use? And where can I purchase this? Cream high gloss? Thank you Linda

  2. I painted my first Annie Sloan piece–two coats of Louis Blue. It is a little dark. How can I lighten it up a bit? Is there some kind of whitewash technique/product? Thanks!

  3. Hi there
    Could you recommend a good flat brush? I think I saw that you had used a Purdy brush. Am I right.
    Loving your help and tips

  4. What Colors do you think are on that frame on the top of your page.? It’s the darker color with lighter. Maybe graphite and another color and dark wax.
    Thanks

    1. I am not sure which one you are talking about!! do you mean the chairs in the header photo? These are actually the natural wood with a dark stain- I didn’t touch them because these chairs are about 200 years old. I think you could probably match the look with graphite and french linen.

  5. Yes its just on the top of your main page it just shows a edge of it. Right under for the love of furniture and design.It’s darker. It looks so pretty and then maybe a dark wax?
    Thank you 🙂 gorgeous stuff.

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