Yes, I have yet another Annie Sloan Chalk Paint makeover to show you. I wrote here about what I though were the advantages and disadvantages of this unique paint. Seriously, I should be in sales for her!
I was lucky to inherit this beautiful piece of furniture. It is solid wood and has such a classic shape. The only thing I wasn’t crazy about was the finish.
The piece opens up and has bookshelf-like storage inside. I though it would be a wonderful way to store books in my daughter’s room.
I chose to use the color Paris Grey for the body of the piece. It is a soft and slightly bluish grey. The furniture painted with it looks like it came from a French château or a Swedish manor.
I used painters tape to tape the paneling, as I wanted to paint the edges of the paneling in Old White to give it some contrast.
This paint dries so fast I was able to do both the body and the paneling in one sitting. Here is the final result:
Quite a transformation, don’t you think? The best part is that it cost me next to nothing as I already had the paint on hand from a prior project.
Don’t worry . . . more Chalk Paint makeovers to come!