• Karen Annabelle Spivey

    Great color - Green Dresser

  • The Painted Attic

    vintage dresser painted in spring time green and then distressed. You could get this look with Chalk Paintā„¢ in Antibes Green, maybe mixed with a little Old White to soften it. I love this, I'm painting something green!

  • Alexandra Mineham

    Annie Sloan Painted Furniture - Antibes green

  • Deb L.

    painted in annie sloan antibes green... waxed with fiddes clear wax... (not really my color, but the finish is beautiful!)

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