Metheny Weir | Inspiration + Annie Sloan Chalk Paint
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Inspiration + Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

Inspiration + Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

These are some of our new finishes and the photos that inspired them.

We created these for our latest kitchen cabinet class.  They are very simple yet they make a stunning addition to an island, desk area or hutch.  And of course, they are  fabulous on furniture.  Annie Sloan Chalk Paint makes it simple to create beaurtiful finishes. The store has a new look.  Come in and see all the great products we have to make your painting projects fun.



Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint



  • Alison
    Posted at 13:47h, 24 October

    What colors did you use for the blackish gray finished piece?

    • Sue
      Posted at 14:33h, 24 October

      We used Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Graphite as a base coat with a little Paris Grey dry-brushed to highlight the details. The wax we used was straight dark wax from Annie Sloan. The stencil was done with Royal Design Stencil Gel in Smoked Oyster. Thanks for asking!

  • marie
    Posted at 15:34h, 21 November

    I love the bottom photo. What colours did you use for that?

    • Sue
      Posted at 14:11h, 23 November

      That is Emperor’s Silk and distressed very heavily. We applied dark wax without first applying the clear to give it that dark color.

  • Dara
    Posted at 17:25h, 11 April

    When you say you dry brushed on Paris Grey, what do you mean by that, what is “dry brushed?”
    Thanks, Dara

    • Sue
      Posted at 09:10h, 12 April

      Dry brushed simply means that you thin the paint a bit with water, dip your brush in it and then unload most of the paint on a piece of paper or drop cloth until you have just enough paint to brush on the surface very lightly. It results in a soft, translucent color that hightlights or gives the piece a little interest. You can see in the picture where it is cloudy – that is where the Paris Grey is dry brushed on the piece.