Studying the finish on vintage furniture and antiques is an invaluable source for understanding how patina and wear patterns develop over time. This image of an antique pine cupboard was found on Pinterest. Around the edges and knobs the paint has worn off through continued use. The blue has become faded in some areas and darkened in others. If you are trying to replicate this beautiful blue, you can use Annie Sloan Chalk PaintⒸ in the colors above, layering and blending them. It takes a…
shabby chic mit chippy look- Wie geht das?
Wie erzeugt man die typischen Abnutzungen für den shabby chic? Wie bekommt man den chippy look hin? Ich zeige Euch 5 Möglichkeiten! Schleifen, Farbauftrag, Distressing.
Please Come In | Colorways with Leslie Stocker
I’ve heard it said that, “your front door is the smile of your house.” If that is the case, here are some of my favorite welcoming entryways in bold colors found on Pinterest. Feeling inspired? If not and you... Read more »
Annie Sloan Tried & True | Colorways with Leslie Stocker
When you have a finish you know works every time, there’s no reason to reinvent the the wheel. I love to layer colors of the same color group to give my pieces depth, texture and a sense of movement. An easy technique that takes your paint from a flat one dimension color to a wow... Read more »