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    ASCP-Paris Grey and Provence with a French Linen wash. clear and dark wax

    ASCP-Paris Grey and Provence with a French Linen wash. clear and dark wax. Before and after.

    ASCP-Paris Grey and Provence with a French Linen wash. clear and dark wax

    Paris Grey; drawers, sides in Provence. Went over w/French Linen and water, wiping excess. Distressed, both clear and dark waxes to seal

    ASCP - Paris Grey over Old White with clear & dark wax

    The Mended Nest: Mended Furniture - Serpentine Dresser (Re-Post)

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

    Oliver and Rust || #anniesloanchalkpaint paris grey dresser with white wash and dark wax

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

    Rustic Side Table in CeCe Caldwell Mineral CeCe Caldwell's Chalk and Clay Paint in Vermont Slate with Clear Wax

    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 Provence + dry-brushed ASCP Pure White + I applied one coat of the clear wax. Then mixed some dark wax to a small amount of the clear wax. I mixed this all up and gave the dresser a second coat of wax. If you are not yet comfortable with the dark wax, this is a very good way to start experimenting with the darker wax.

    I painted Paris Gray over gold frames and let them dry really good. I sanded them with a wet rag and then I used a coat of clear wax and then a coat of dark wax. The trick that I learned from Stacey about taking off the dark wax with clear wax made for a beautiful finish. After I coated the dark wax really good, I took an old t shirt and dabbed some clear wax on it, rubbed over the dark wax, taking off all the excess. The result was amazing.

    love...? Chalk Paint® decorative paint by Annie Sloan in Antibes with clear and dark wax would give this look...gorgeous!

    ASCP Coco with clear and dark wax

    Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, Provence and accented in Old Ochre. Minimal distressing and Clear Wax from Vintage Charm Restored Blog

    Provence over Chateau Grey with a bit of gold buffing wax on edge

    Love the color and antique finish...you can get this look with Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan, then clear and dark wax. Love it!

    This walnut sideboard was painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint™ the colours being Paris Grey mixed with Louis Blue with a wash of Old Ochre and stenciled. Both clear and dark wax were used to finish it with a touch of gold gilding wax.

    Old Ochre, CoCo on the trim, Both Clear and Dark Wax