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Chateau Grey

Chateau Grey

a coat of Chateau Grey by Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, and accent of Old White on all of the details

a coat of Chateau Grey by Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, and accent of Old White on all of the details

Men's Valet painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® Chateau Grey.

Men's Valet painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® Chateau Grey.

Chateau gray with dark wax

Chateau gray with dark wax

Restored by My Sister's House using Chateau Grey Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan. Dark wax highlights the hand carving on the draws. All work performed by My Sister's House. Rockhampton. Qld. Australia.

Restored by My Sister's House using Chateau Grey Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan. Dark wax highlights the hand carving on the draws. All work performed by My Sister's House. Rockhampton. Qld. Australia.

Cost:  1 can of Chateau Grey Annie Sloan Chalk Paint: $35 (did not use a whole can)  Annie Sloan Lacquer: $54 (only used half)  Valspar Translucent Glaze in Mocha: $15 (used very little)

Cost: 1 can of Chateau Grey Annie Sloan Chalk Paint: $35 (did not use a whole can) Annie Sloan Lacquer: $54 (only used half) Valspar Translucent Glaze in Mocha: $15 (used very little)

duck egg under paris or chateau grey

duck egg under paris or chateau grey

Chateau Gray Annie Sloan paint. Thinking about painting our guest room furniture this color and changing out the hardware.

Chateau Gray Annie Sloan paint. Thinking about painting our guest room furniture this color and changing out the hardware.

Chateau Gray with clear and dark wax

Chateau Gray with clear and dark wax

Chateau Grey.  An elegant greyed green, this is the color found in French woodwork.  To give this color more of a Traditional Swedish look, mix 2 parts Old White with 1 part Chateau Grey to create a soft pale mossy green.  To create a lichen color, add 8 parts Old White to 1 part of Chateau Grey.  Annie Sloan calls this "Dorset".  It also looks nice with Duck Egg Blue as well as Primer Red.

Chateau Grey. An elegant greyed green, this is the color found in French woodwork. To give this color more of a Traditional Swedish look, mix 2 parts Old White with 1 part Chateau Grey to create a soft pale mossy green. To create a lichen color, add 8 parts Old White to 1 part of Chateau Grey. Annie Sloan calls this "Dorset". It also looks nice with Duck Egg Blue as well as Primer Red.

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