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ASCP: Paris Grey and Provence. Wash of French Linen and water, wiping the excess with an old shirt. Clear & dark wax.

Beautiful mirror in Duck Egg and Old White with clear and dark wax.

Mix a few spoonfuls of clear wax with creamy white paint and you get a colored wax that created this beautiful weathered light washed finish

painted using a "Waxed Paint" technique. Annie used French Linen, which is a dark grey, then brushed on a layer of clear wax. Over this, and before the wax had completely dried, she added a second, paler coat of paint (a color wash) made from a mix of Paris Grey and Old White, thinned down with water, wiping it over with a clean, dry cloth to create a washed, dragged, and distressed effect.

ASCP - Body is Coco mixed with a bit of Provence. Bottom drawer is Old Ochre. Followed by clear and dark waxes.

RPK Interiors - Old Ochre base with mix of Florence/Provence on top coat - clear and dark wax

This walnut sideboard is painted with Chalk Paint™ a blend of Louis Blue and Paris Grey with a wash of Old Ochre. It's finished with both clear and Dark Wax and the top was left natural.

beautiful bow front chest -ASCP graphite top, old white for the body, provence on drawers, clear wax, then dark wax and gold gilding wax to detail rims of drawers raised ares. * Might be redo-ing my duck egg sideboard....

two-color distressed technique using Graphite Chalk Paint® as the first coat and inside the drawer, plus Emperor's Silk as the top color. Both Clear and Dark Waxes have been used. Clear is always used first.