Chalk Paint® has been a leading brand for furniture paint (and now also wall paint) for over 30 years. Annie Sloan developed Chalk Paint in 1990 and has become one of the world’s leading authorities in paint, color, and style.
There are currently 45 Annie Sloan Chalk Paint colors, as shown in the chart below plus the newest color Capri Pink (a fun bright pink). The colors range from soft and pale to bright and strong. Chalk Paint is very pigmented paint that allows for mixing and layering colors with endless possibilities, without dulling the colors.
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Color Chart:
Sometimes the best way to see how a color truly looks is to see it on painted furniture instead of just a small swatch. Below you can find examples of all the Chalk Paint colors, however some might have variation due to layering paints, using different color waxes, etc.
Also keep in mind that you’re seeing these colors digitally on your screen and there might be some variances from the actual colors.
Where to Buy Annie Sloan Chalk Paint In-Person and Online
By the way, I am not an Annie Sloan Chalk Paint stockist – search here for a Chalk Paint retailer near you where you can get samples and take classes. If you don’t have a stockist near you, many will happily ship any supplies you need.
Why Use Annie Sloan Chalk Paint?
It’s well established as one of the original brands formulated for painting furniture with excellent results. You can read my full review and advice of How to Chalk Paint to Furniture here.
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Colors with Painted Furniture Examples
Below are some of the most commonly used neutral Chalk Paint colors by Annie Sloan, with several examples of each. I hope this will make your decision a little easier (or harder – sorry!) by seeing real pieces showcasing the colors.
In case you’re confused by the three “white” Chalk Paint colors, here’s a helpful comparison of the liter-size cans by The Purple Painted Lady: