This old pine organizer has a normally crude and straightforward style. I utilized a shading palette of whites and grays, regularly found on Swedish nation collectibles. With a specific end goal to enable the grain to appear through the paint, I added water to Annie Sloan Chalk Paint and connected the paint as a wash. Old White was utilized on the edge and best and Paris Dim pursued by Unadulterated White on the cabinet facings. A little dim wax was included over the Old White. Basic and lovely!
I don’t have the appropriate response, I’m pretty much simply pondering so anyone can hear. My companions who consistently purchase, paint, and exchange furniture, have said something painted a delicate blue or delicate green, as in a pastel verging on white, will offer inevitably. I know the hues I utilize the most are the two Annie Sloan whites, Old and Unadulterated. Will we ever feel burnt out on it? Will it leave style? Has painted furniture nearly run its course? I would love to recognize what you think regarding the matter.
For this flawless dresser, I painted a strong first layer of Duck Egg Blue. I blended tints in various qualities of Duck Egg Blue and Old White and included them in layers. Shadows were painted in Coco and features dry brushed with Old White. Clear wax to seal. No troubling or Dull wax.
On the off chance that you can’t get enough of this most loved shading blend, you will be motivated by my posts, The Blues, Support Table, and As an afterthought.