I have to say, I love Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. I was a little leery of it at first – I had read great reviews and not so raving reviews. It has it’s place – and so does all the other tried and true paints. Bottom line is the end look is what dictates the type of paint in my humble opinion.
Here is the pantry door before. The cabinets were previously painted a beautiful olive-y green and glazed, but the pantry door and columns framing the island really stood out in their original white.
The columns on the island were just “there”.
Enter Annie Sloan in “Chateau Grey” -
Detail of the column after painting:
And here it is after – (I so promise I am buying a real camera and will quit using my phone – any recommendations for the challenged?):
I added a little distressing in “Old Ochre” left from the mirror project to the pantry door.
Now the room is harmonious and the details are united.