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Suite Pieces at the Home Show... I love this dry brush on Duck Egg blue details... www.homeroad.net

Suite Pieces at the Home Show... I love this dry brush on Duck Egg blue details... www.homeroad.net

Duck Egg Blue....gorgeous makeover!

Duck Egg Blue....gorgeous makeover!

a coat of duck egg blue, clear wax w/ a hint of dark wax and some distressing

a coat of duck egg blue, clear wax w/ a hint of dark wax and some distressing

How to: Zinc Faux Finish - This started as a shiny brass lamp. First she painted it with dark gray primer & then with gesso and then a coat of  ASCP "Duck Egg Blue".  Dark wax was then rubbed into some of the crevices and the entire piece was finished with a coat of clear wax and buffed to get a dull shine.

How to: Zinc Faux Finish - This started as a shiny brass lamp. First she painted it with dark gray primer & then with gesso and then a coat of ASCP "Duck Egg Blue". Dark wax was then rubbed into some of the crevices and the entire piece was finished with a coat of clear wax and buffed to get a dull shine.

Alice in wonderland

Alice in wonderland

Chateau Gray and Old White. I toned the grey down with equal parts of Old White.

New Paint & A Reveal!

Chateau Gray and Old White. I toned the grey down with equal parts of Old White.

Highlight in Furniture Details with Royal Stencil Creme in Smoked Oyster | A to Z Creations

Smoked Oyster Stencil Creme

Highlight in Furniture Details with Royal Stencil Creme in Smoked Oyster | A to Z Creations

We painted the outside of the cabinet with Annie Sloan chalk paint “Old White”, and the inside with Annie Sloan’s “Duck Egg Blue”.  When we were finished, it still felt a bit plain, so I decided to give it an aged look using Annie Sloan’s “French Linen”.  This process is extremely simple.  I usually put a little paint on a paper plate, then you’ll also need a brush, a cup of water and a damp rag.  You can use a paper towel but it falls apart quickly and you’ll have to replace it often…

How To Age Furniture With Paint

We painted the outside of the cabinet with Annie Sloan chalk paint “Old White”, and the inside with Annie Sloan’s “Duck Egg Blue”. When we were finished, it still felt a bit plain, so I decided to give it an aged look using Annie Sloan’s “French Linen”. This process is extremely simple. I usually put a little paint on a paper plate, then you’ll also need a brush, a cup of water and a damp rag. You can use a paper towel but it falls apart quickly and you’ll have to replace it often…

CHALK PAINT :: Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Color Swatches (missing Napoleonic Blue...a dark blue)

CHALK PAINT :: Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Color Swatches (missing Napoleonic Blue...a dark blue)

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