Now a global phenomenon, Annie Sloan first developed the Chalk Paint® range in 1990 to answer the need she had for a versatile paint that would work beautifully on furniture without priming or sanding; that would be easy to use and quick to dry; and that could be used for a number of different paint techniques. She called it Chalk Paint® because of its velvety, ultra matt finish. Chalk Paint® is a water-based, paint that adheres to just about everything (plastic, metal, glass, unfinished or finished wood, etc.). We’ve even painted the outside of our shop with a 50/50 blend of Arles & English Yellow!
CHALK PAINT® DECORATIVE PAINT BY ANNIE SLOAN
Chalk Paint® is the brand name for Annie’s unique water-based decorative paint. It is a non-toxic and virtually odor-free paint that has minimal volatile organic compounds (VOCs) at 0.13% VOC (EU limit value for this product (cat. a): 30g/l (2010)). Developed by Annie Sloan specifically for furniture, it can be applied to most surfaces and very rarely requires any priming or sanding before painting. You can use it on walls, floors, wood, concrete, metal, matt plastic, earthenware, brick, stone and more – inside or outside. You can even use it to paint upholstery and dye fabric.
Chalk Paint® produces extensive coverage approx 13.9 sq metres per litre (equivalent to a small dresser) and one coat is usually enough. It can be thinned with water and used as a wash. It can also be used as an impasto (thickly) — just leave the lid off overnight to thicken. Add Chalk Paint® Wax for a subtle sheen, protection and durability. For an aged look, add Dark or Black Chalk Paint® Wax. To lighten colors or for a limed look, try White Chalk Paint Wax.
Please note that all colors will vary depending on screen settings. We always recommend you stop by our shop to see how the colors look in person!
We are Your Chalk Paint ® stockist in Portland, Oregon!
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