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Annie had this swing made to hang in the garden at her house in France. It is made using oak and beautiful thick rope which has been frayed and dip-dyed in Chalk Paint®.
This set of wooden toy blocks were hand painted with geometrical patterns in Chalk Paint®. Made of solid beech wood, these designs were created by Happy Little Folks for a collaboration with Etsy and Annie Sloan.
UK maker This Way to the Circus hand-paints teracotta pots for plants. These three pots were created as part of a collaboration between Annie Sloan and Etsy. They were painted using Chalk Paint® in Napoleonic Blue and Old White.
This hand-painted birchwood clock was created by Etsy Seller Show Your Bones, using a range of Chalk Paint® colours.
These minimalist geometric wooden tea light holders were hand-made by Etsy seller Polymorphics. Sections of the pale pine wood were painted in Chalk Paint®, others were given a metallic touch with Annie Sloan gilding products.
These gorgeous paper lampshades were painted in Chalk Paint® by Warm Grey Company as part of a collaboration between Annie Sloan and Etsy in the UK.
This midcentury G Plan cabinet was upcycled and brought up to date by Etsy seller Elizabeth Dorothy of ElizabethDotDesign. She created her own peach colour by mixing three Chalk Paint® colours. Adding the copper hairpin legs as a fantastic final touch!
These sumptuous, soft cushions and throws are made with fabric from the Annie Sloan Coloured Linen Collection, perfectly matching the Chalk Paint® range.
Annie painted this bench for her garden in Oxford. She simply used Chalk Paint® – both on the wood and metal.
Painter in Residence Jonathon Marc Mendes painted this roll-top bureau with Chalk Paint® incorporating a range of colours and techniques under a botanical theme.
Taking direct inspiration from the semi-precious stone malachite, Annie painted this table using nothing more than Chalk Paint®, a couple of Pure Bristle Brushes and some cardboard!
This bureau was gilded with Silver Leaf to give it the look of a prized Art Deco piece. A little dark Chalk Paint® Wax knocks back the metallic shine and gives an authentic antique look.
The colours used on this chest of drawers were inspired by the work of artist Paul Klee. The drawers were painted by Annie in just two complementary colours – Barcelona Orange and Greek Blue – which were mixed together gradually to create this beautiful gradiation.
These tiles are actually all painted directly onto a wooden coffee table. Painter in Residence Jonathon Marc Mendes took inspiration from traditional Victorian tiles and used a combination of Chalk Paint® colours to create his pattern.
This striking red wall was painted in Chalk Paint® in Emperor's Silk and then waxed to give it a soft sheen.
This stunning leather-look chair actually started life with dated red fabric, which Jonathon Marc Mendes painted over using Chalk Paint® paint and waxes to create a realistic, timeless finish.
This melamine table was a junk shop find for Painter in Residence Jonathon Marc Mendes. It was given a whole new lease of life – and a cool Art Deco look – with small project pots of Chalk Paint® paint and wax, and brass leaf.
This bright and sunny dining room was brought to life with a range of colours from the Annie Sloan palette. With so many colours combined, the scheme is held together by a focus on greens and blues, as well as pops of pale pinks and lilacs.
Curtains like this are simple to make from our ultra soft Coloured Linens. The linens are easily frayed to reveal contrasting edges and combined to complement your room's colour scheme.
For a rustic looking dining table, paint the top and legs in different colours and finish with lashings of Dark or Black Chalk Paint® Wax. Here Antibes Green was used on the legs for a classic French look.
These napkins were made up from Annie Sloan Coloured Linens. The ultra soft linens are made to match the colours in the Annie Sloan palette.
A dining chair like this can be painted and waxed in a morning with just one small project pot of Chalk Paint® paint and wax.
Painter in Residence Jonathon Marc Mendes used a wide palette of Annie Sloan colours to transform this plain wood sideboard. The result is a bold, graphic piece that makes a playful nod to the images and typography of a bygone circus era.
Annie's son, Felix, transformed this old chest with Chalk Paint® and three Gilding Wax colours. The contrast between the Gilding Wax and the rich blues creates an overall modern bohemian look.
Painter in Residence, Agnieszka Krawczyk, has updated this kitchen in rural Poland using Chalk Paint® in Old White on the cabinets, table and chairs.
Photographer Paul Massey created a warehouse look for his London kitchen by painting his cabinets and table with Chalk Paint®.
Both the wall and the chair here were painted in Duck Egg Blue. The chair back was stencilled using Annie's signature overlaying pattern technique.
There are more greens than any other colour in the Annie Sloan palette. You can create any number of your own greens from the palette two – mixed with English Yellow to make lime greens and with blues and yellow to make a variety of bright greens.
Bureaus like this are terrific to paint. They have lots of large surfaces, including the front ‘lid’ which can act like a picture with a frame so you can do something quite decorative on it. Here Annie painted her bureau using both frottage and stencilling to make a scene on the front of the drawers.
Annie painted this coffee table in Barcelona Orange several years ago for her living room. She finished it with Chalk Paint® Wax, buffing it to a soft shine which has stood the test of time.
These adorable linen stockings were created for Annie Sloan's Christmas Shelfie scene. Easy to do, they make great little gifts on their own, but of course, they work best filled with lots of lovely treats!
This project features both painting and gilding through a stencil. It's a great way to update a plain concrete candleholder (or perhaps planter!) using just a small amount of Chalk Paint® and metal leaf.
These decorative wooden birds were painted in Chalk Paint®. First a coat of Giverny, then speckled and frottaged with Graphite and Old White.
These old wooden logs were destined for the fire, but with just a little Gold Leaf they've turned in to something precious and worthy of their place on Annie Sloan's "Christmas Shelfie" 2016.
These two glass candlestick holders were a second-hand shop find. Originally in a shiny metallic finish, they were given a soft, Bohemian finish with Chalk Paint®.
This painted catkin wreath is a wonderful Chalk Paint® project that you can recreate very simply to give your home a colourful, festive feel.
This chest of drawers was transformed with a coat of Chalk Paint® Amsterdam Green which was distressed lightly to reveal the wood underneath.
This wooden bench was painted in layers of Chalk Paint® which were then wiped back to highlight its beautiful carvings.
More is more with this piece, which uses every single one of the designs in the Annie Sloan Stencil collection – that's 21 stencils!
Honfleur is a warm brown that was often seen in mid-century interiors. Use it alongside accents of Barcelona Orange and Provence, and you have achieved the perfect mid-century palette.
This pretty console table really pops against the subtle pink of the Antoinette wall. Painted in Chalk Paint® in Giverny, it is perfectly paired with the brightly painted lamp base, too.
Sometimes the eye is in the detail and the painted carving on this vintage French sofa truly deserves a closer look!
Painter in Residence Simon Olsson chose Provence as the perfect colour to give this dark old cabinet a bright, new look.
Annie Sloan made these drapes for her studio using a stone-coloured linen which she dyed, painted and stencilled with Chalk Paint®, before finishing with a single curtain tape to make them hang in a loose, casual way.
Painter in Residence Hanayuishi Takaya created these floral headresses with dolls' furniture and Chalk Paint®.
This antique chair was destined for the skip before Annie salvaged it. With simple paintwork and beautiful reupholstery, Annie was able to give the chair a new lease of life and a contemporary twist.
Painter in Residence Simon Olsson was inspired by the colours and textures of Indian painted furniture when transforming this wooden cabinet.
Soft pinks, blues and greys are the new neutrals in a contemporary, urban home. Muted pastels have been chosen for both fabric and paint throughout, with just small pops of colour in bright, cool greens.
This simple side table has been given a makeover with Giverny –a new bright, cheery, clean, cool blue in the Annie Sloan palette.
Painter in Residence Hanayuishi Takaya created this incredible headress using papier maché, Chalk Paint®, Craqueleur and Dark Chalk Paint® Wax. Marrying koi and chrysanthemums, it is a beautiful homage to his home country, Japan.
This modern upholstered armchair has a relaxed, informal feel. The Coloured Linen in Napoleonic Blue and Barcelona Orange on the chair is set off against the Duck Egg Blue wall in the background.
The bold bright colours in this room pop against the Graphite wall. The same colours are picked out in both the fabrics and the painted furniture so everything ties together as a whole.
Annie's son, Felix Sloan, painted his living room in Aubusson Blue and Country Grey mixed with Old White. His style is graphic and contemporary, showcasing a love for colour and pattern.
'Petrushka' stencil printed and overprinted in Chalk Paint®.
'Poppy Pod' stencil printed and overprinted in Chalk Paint®.
'Trees' stencil printed and overprinted in Chalk Paint®.
The work surfaces in the Annie Sloan studio reveal layers and layers of colour – the result of countless painting projects!
The Annie Sloan Coloured Linens are true to the colours from the Chalk Paint® palette, with the yarns dyed to match different paint colours.
Painter in Residence Tim Gould spells out the word 'WOW' in Chalk Paint® across this trendy mid-century sideboard.
This bold black and white image was transferred onto the back of a door at Annie Sloan HQ in Oxford using Découpage Glue and Varnish.
This mid-century modern look was created with just a little paint and fabric to totally transform these chairs.
Painter in Residence Jelena Pticek brought this old chest of drawers up to date with a contemporary striped effect.
This dresser has been given a distressed rustic look using three colours from the Chalk Paint® palette.
The features of this neoclassical chair have been softened using White Chalk Paint® Wax.
Achieve a dramatic Warehouse look using Black Chalk Paint® Wax.
This witty table was Painter in Residence Tim Gould's first project for Annie Sloan.
Painter in Residence Tim Gould used paint layers, stencilled text and imagery, highlighted with gold leaf, to create a table inspired by the marks it had gained over the years.
This mid-century Heals table has been painted with a flat finish using Chalk Paint®.
Painter in Residence Jelena Pticek painted this sideboard with Chalk Paint in English Yellow, sealing it with a coat of Clear Chalk Paint® Wax.
This gilded bath sits at Annie Sloan HQ in Oxford. It's where we do all our fabric dyeing with Chalk Paint®.
For her second Painters in Residence project, Jelena Pticek transformed an old, heavy-looking sideboard into a wonderfully modern piece, using Chalk Paint® and a handmade cardboard template.
For his second Painters in Residence project, Tim Gould was inspired by Mexican art to transform a kitchen cabinet into a bold statement piece using Chalk Paint®.
Allison Sadler transformed this chair into a pretty pastel piece using Antoinette and Paris Grey from the Chalk Paint® palette.
For her last project as Painter in Residence, Agnieszka chose soft, pastel colours from the Chalk Paint® palette to create a delicate and romantic, vintage look.
Annie ussed isolated elements of her Arctic Poppy stencil to create different repeats using Olive, Louis Blue and Antoinette from the Chalk Paint® palette.
Why not try creating your own pattern with Annie Sloan stencils?
For her third Painters in Residence project, Karen Donnelly used Chalk Paint to update this cabinet with an elegant riverscape depicting sailboats on her local river.
For Agnieszka Krawczyk's fourth Painters in Residence project, she used Chalk Paint® and her signature layering technique on this old wooden sea trunk.
For her third Painters in Residence project Agnieszka applied Chalk Paint® decorative paint in a sumptuous range of colours, heavily distressing the piece to give it this rustic look.
For their final project as Painters in Residence, the brilliant husband and wife design-duo, Abigail and Ryan Bell (of Abigail*Ryan), created this beautiful shibori dyed fabric using Chalk Paint® as a dye.
Annie uses a vibrant mix from the Chalk Paint® palette to create this gorgeous mid-century modern, retro look.
Inspired by a modern tailored look, Felix painted this chair in Barcelona Orange – a brilliant bright orange from the Chalk Paint® palette, that is based on the colour used in early advertising and 1960s decoration.
This old chair was transformed using a custom colour mixed from the Chalk Paint® palette and stencils from the Annie Sloan Stencil Collection.
Caz gave this chair a sunny make over for her own #MadeItMyOwn with Annie Sloan project
The second project from Painter in Residence Agnieszka Krawczyk, this beautiful vintage cupboard has been totally transformed using rich and vibrant hues from the Chalk Paint® palette.
For Karen's first project as a Painter in Residence, she used Chalk Paint® to paint a sophisticated tonal landscape onto a vintage cabinet.
With 21 stencils in the collection reflecting a broad range of styles, simply use Chalk Paint® to apply the stencils to furniture, floors, walls and fabric.
Painters in Residence duo Abigal and Ryan used Chalk Paint® to cover an old Victorian chaise-longe in hand painted succulents, completely transforming this piece.
For their second project as Painters in Residence, Abigail and Ryan Bell (of Abigail*Ryan) experimented by mixing an array of Chalk Paint® colours to create this bright – almost neon – coral pink.
For Karen Donnelly's second project as Painter in Residence, she upcycled this small chest of drawers by painting a beautiful countryside landscape on to a small chest of drawers, using Chalk Paint®.
Painters in Residence Abigal and Ryan Bell were inspired by Annie's books to create 'transparent colour' with Chalk Paint® to paint these ceramic platters.
Annie's coastal-inspired Sand Dollar stencil comes to life when applied in a random overlapping style.
A gorgeous worn-looking tabletop in the Swedish county style.
Painter in Residence Agnieszka Krawczyk painted these drawers using a technique that involves creating texture and layers through the use of woodworking tools, such as chisels and scrapers.
This gorgeous sideboard is the last project from Beau Ford's three months as a Painter in Residence.
Annie Sloan's illustration of a rustic, country room uses warm tones from the Chalk Paint® palette and Annie Sloan Fabric Collection.
A lovely colour wash illustration by Annie Sloan using colours from her Chalk Paint® pallette. Annie's illustration depicts French Linen & Old White from the Annie Sloan Coloured Linens Collection to inspire you with your upholstery!
Painter in Residence Beau Ford created this pretty ombre-effect console table using Chalk Paint®.
In his final Painter in Residence project, Alex transformed his bedroom (once part of an old schoolhouse) into a sumptuous haven using Chalk Paint®.
Painter in Residence, Janice Issitt turned this previously underused summerhouse into a serene and sun-drenched yoga room using Chalk Paint®.
Part of her repurposed summer house, Janice dyed these lace curtains with Chalk Paint®, using a mix of Emperor's Silk and Henrietta.
Painter in Residence, Beau Ford, used vibrant colours from the Chalk Paint® palette to create a fun and contemporary one-of-a-kind piece.
Alex took a classic Hiroshige print, Netting Wild Geese on the Hill at Okoshi, as inspiration for this stunning mural using Chalk Paint®
After treating herself to this vibrant floral bed linen, Painter in Residence Janice Issitt decided to create a Chalk Paint® colour scheme to complement her new bedding.
Painter in Residence Alex Russell Flint painted the floor in his entrance hall using Chalk Paint® to create a cool black and white tile effect.
The top of Beau Ford's rescued 'Work Hard Be Kind' School desk, is painted in fun and vibrant Chevron Pattern using a range of colours from the Chalk Paint® palette.
Painter in Residence Beau Ford gave this sad and forgotten school desk a complete makeover using Chalk Paint®.
Janice Issitt repurposed this door using lots of bright colours from the Chalk Paint® palette to make a bold Bohemian statement.
Painter in Residence Beau Ford created this fun, colourful children's wardrobe using Chalk Paint® in complementary orange and blue.
Painter in Residence Janice Issitt created this bold Art Deco look using a Chalk Paint® palette of Graphite and Florence, picking out details in Gold Leaf.
Annie Sloan Painter in Residence, Janice Issitt, created this East Asian-inspired wall art using Chalk Paint® decorative paint.
Painter in Residence Alex Russell Flint breathed new life into his gorgeous French bathroom using Chalk Paint®.
Painter in Residence Janice Issitt has created this gorgeous bohemian bathroom by mixing her own custom colours from the Chalk Paint® colour range.
Annie Sloan's Pastorale Linen Toile depicts romantic countryside scenes in deep red against a textured linen, working beautifully with her Pure Linen and Dottie fabrics.
French inspired chair and cushion upholstered in Faded Roses and Gigi Ticking, set against an atmospheric wall painted using Chalk Paint® in Graphite.
Annie used Chalk Paint® in Country Grey, and Old Ochre to create this rustic Swedish look. The lines are painted freehand in Aubusson Blue.
Annie was inspired by Paul Klee's Polyphony watercolour to create this colourful piece.
This rustic table has been given a complete makeover with the traditional painting technique called sgraffito.
Working with still wet paint, you can etch illustrations or patterns into the surface to bring your furniture to life.