Sunday, June 26, 2011

Antibes Green Chalk Paint

Hey Everyone! I hope you are enjoying your Summer as much as I am!!  I wanted to share a quick makeover done with Annie Sloan's Chalk Paint.  We have been using it now for several months and are completely in love with it!!  But we have pretty much stuck to Old White, Paris Gray, and Duck Egg Blue.  It was time to try something a little different.  We had been eyeing the Antibes Green for a little while, but were afraid to do something that bold.  We finally decided it was time to go for it.  And we are sooo glad we did!!  I LOVE this color!!!  I have so many ideas!!!  Here is how the table turned out... (I, of course, forgot to take a before picture!)



I LOVE this color!  I love the way it distresses and how it looks with the dark wax on it.  The wax really helped to tone it down a little bit.

Look at the gorgeous distressing!!  



So what do you think?  Too bright?  Well, I am so glad that we ventured out and tried something new!  I can't wait to use this color again!!  Have a good one!




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10 comments:

  1. I love the color! But green happens to be my favorite color anyway.

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  2. oohh..I like that shade of green...kinda feisty... Great job!

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  3. So pretty! I love all your pieces...new follower! :)

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  4. Perfect! I've been toying with ordering some of their "bolder" colors too. Nice to see that color on a piece. Deb

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  5. I think it turned out absolutely wonderful! I haven't tried the chalk paint yet, but I think it might be in my near future!

    Back Porch Blessings,
    Rebecca

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  6. I did not realize that chalk paint came in such bold colors...I love it! Your table is so much fun and cheerful. I am visiting from Feathered Nest Friday.

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  7. I think it looks awesome. I have not yet tried chalk paint (really, badly want to) but have been eying this color.

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  8. CUTE! NEVER HAVE TRIED CHALK PAINT. Trish

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