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#chalkpaint. Dresser re-done in Annie Sloan chalk paint "Old White" with dark brown wax finish

Miss Kopy Kat: "Old White" for a New Look

When I do want to tone down the finished color, I use Valspar Antiquing Glaze, that I buy at Lowes, over the paint before adding any wax to the piece.  I feel I have more control over where the color is going to go. If I don’t like it, I can simply wipe the glaze away with a damp rag and start again.  Once I like the darkened color, I apply my clear wax finish.

DIY Chalk Paint Review Update - In My Own Style

How to antique your new furniture with this painting technique!

Antiquing Cabinetry - Cedar Hill Farmhouse

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint colors: Duck Egg Blue, Old White, Versailles, Paris Grey

DYI Furniture restoration ~ Milk Paint ~ Flow Blue. Hmmm I maaaay just have to do something like this to the buffet I have...

Milk Paint ~ Flow Blue - The Sugar Post

Shades of Blue Interiors: Makeover Monday: Tall Chest in Artissimo

Paint Brush Techniques For Chalk Paint

Paint Brush Techniques For Chalk Paint

She used Martha Stewart metallic glaze in Black Coffee-- She used a foam brush to put it on and wiped it off with a wet rag so glaze would settle in the crevices

SunflowerHugs: 5' Long French Country Coffee Table

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

Annie Sloan Chalk Paint lovers: Here is my extended colours range

By White Street Interiors. Vintage dresser redone in a two tone finish using two coats of Valpsar Honeymilk to the body of the dresser. To achieve the two-tone look, she then painted the drawers with 2 coats of coats of Valspar Malted Milk.

Dresser makeover, painted with AS Chalk Paint. Paris Grey, Graphite & Silver Leaf from - paintinmyhair.blo...

Paint in my hair: A little Bling

Combine chalk paint colors: pure white, louise blue and country gray Annie Sloan Chalk Paints from Restore Interiors


The Decorated House: ~ How -To: Black Glaze on Kitchen Cabinets or Wood Furniture Update

Headboard :: painted over the original wood finish with OLD WHITE, then layered PARIS GREY. CLEAR WAX and distressed it. to allow the white and the wood beneath it all to peak through.  She then sealed it with a little more CLEAR WAX, followed by the DARK WAX.