Shades of Blue Chalk Paint {Aubusson and Provence}


Shades of Blue Chalk Paint {Aubusson and Provence} - girlinthegarage.net

Last week I met with my Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® stockist and was SO excited to buy another can of Provence.  It’s probably my favorite non-neutral Chalk Paint color (although there are still a lot I haven’t tried) and I’ve been out of it ever since I finished this fabulous Taj Mahal-like wooden room divider.

I had a few pieces waiting that I wanted to use it on, and I also had some Aubusson Blue (which is really pretty but darker than Provence) that I decided to use on this mirror.

Before:  Shades of Blue Chalk Paint {Aubusson and Provence} - girlinthegarage.net

Shades of Blue Chalk Paint {Aubusson and Provence} - girlinthegarage.net

For the bookshelf I used Provence and clear wax and for the mirror I used Aubusson Blue and clear wax.

Shades of Blue Chalk Paint {Aubusson and Provence} - girlinthegarage.net

I painted the metal urns in Provence and then dry brushed Old White over them, and then applied clear wax.  (You can learn more about dry brushing HERE.)

Shades of Blue Chalk Paint {Aubusson and Provence} - girlinthegarage.net Shades of Blue Chalk Paint {Aubusson and Provence} - girlinthegarage.net

Pretty, right?  I love decorating with shades of blue!

There are many other shades of blue Chalk Paint – Duck Egg, Louis Blue, Napoleonic Blue, Greek Blue (see them all HERE).

Find your local Annie Sloan Chalk Paint retailer HERE.

Jen

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* How Many Pieces Can I Paint with One Can of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint?

This is not a sponsored post – I just love Chalk Paint!


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2 Comments on Shades of Blue Chalk Paint {Aubusson and Provence}

  1. jasmine
    August 10, 2014 at 10:10 am (2 years ago)

    I LOVE the tall urn!

    Reply
  2. Brenna@Domestic Charm
    August 11, 2014 at 9:03 am (2 years ago)

    I love Aubusson Blue! Mix it with a little Florence for a nice teal color. It’s awesome!

    Reply

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