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Florence

Florence

Florence is a sophisticated grand colour found in neoclassical Italian and French interiors and on painted furniture. The colour originates from copper green minerals and malachite. It’s also a great modern 20th Century colour.

Antibes Green

Antibes Green

The neoclassical palette included this bright green, sometimes pure and sometimes lightened with white. The colour is also found on rustic country furniture from Ireland and the south of France – a look which is beautifully achieved with Dark Wax.

Napoleonic Blue

Napoleonic Blue

Napoleonic Blue is inspired by the ultramarine and cobalt blue pigments used for decorative work in everything from neoclassical interiors through to modern 20th century decoration.

Burgundy

Burgundy

A rich deep warm red the colour of dark cherries, Burgundy finds its early inspiration in Pompeii. It also has a strong a strong neoclassical heritage, making it perfect for sophisticated painted furniture.

Primer Red

Primer Red

Primer Red is a colour found in practically every culture, appearing in everything from Venetian palaces to Vietnamese temples, where red earths were plentiful and relatively easy to come by. Use it for rustic pieces or as a base for sophisticated colours like Château Grey or Versailles. It also works beautifully under gilding.

Paris Grey

Paris Grey

Soft, gentle Paris Grey is inspired by the painted furniture found in elegant French châteaux or old Swedish manor houses. It’s made from a mix of blue and orange, so it works naturally well with these complementaries. Use it over Primer Red or Cream, or with Old White or Original.

Provence

Provence

The south of France has shutters and doors painted in a range of turquoise blue greens, some bright and some faded. Provence was inspired by these colours. It also works beautifully for a modern look.

Old Violet

Old Violet

Like deep Parma violets or blue lavender, Old Violet is a wonderful 18th Century colour inspired by the colours of ancient Rome. Beautiful on its on or paired with red for a little Parisian boho.

Graphite

Graphite

Graphite is a soft black inspired by Lamp Black, a traditional pigment. It works for many interiors from neoclassical to modern. When waxed, it becomes a beautiful black like dark slate.

Louis Blue

Louis Blue

Pair this clean pastel blue with white for a fine Rococo look or combine with brights for a vintage retro aesthetic.

Greek Blue

Greek Blue

Throughout the Mediterranean, Greek Blue can be found on rustic doors, shutters and furniture often faded and distressed. It’s also a colour that works well in a neoclassical interior deepened a little with dark wax.

Duck Egg Blue

Duck Egg Blue

This soft greenish blue stems from the first discovery of a good blue pigment in the 18th Century, which was then lightened with white. It can be described as a Rococo blue, as nothing says French and Swedish interiors quite like this colour.

Château Grey

Château Grey

This elegant greyed green is inspired by the colour created when decorative painters mixed all their leftover colours together to make a base paint. It is the traditional colour found in French woodwork.

French Linen

French Linen

A cool neutral inspired by the colour of aged natural linen. This khaki grey works beautifully with golds and a range of rich and bright colours such as Emile and Emperor's Silk.

Olive

Olive

This traditional green is found in fine classically painted and lacquered furniture, as well as rustic country pieces.

Original

Original

A warm, slightly creamy, traditional white, Original is the colour of old painted furniture. It is perfectly paired with Duck Egg Blue, Antoinette and Louis Blue for a delicate old distressed French look.

Country Grey

Country Grey

Country Grey is a perfect cool soft neutral. Made with raw umber pigment, it is the classic choice for so much painted furniture. It is also a great foil for other colours.

Old White

Old White

The colour of chalk and gesso, this is a cool soft white without pink or yellow in it. Old White works with everything but for the quintessential French look use it over Paris Grey. It can also be added to any of the other colours to lighten them and make them the exact tone for your room.

Henrietta

Henrietta

The Grand Tours of the 18th Century brought this colour into the finest houses of Europe as part of gentle neoclassical schemes and was combined with other strong pastels.

Cream

Cream

Cream is based on the traditional yellowish colour that was used on old woodwork. You can use it as part of a retro 1950's look or pair it with Paris Grey for a vintage French look.

Pure

Pure

Perfect for modern interiors, this cool, clean white makes a crisp contrast with strong colours. Please note: this pure white has the least covering power of all the colours so may require more than one coat or is best applied over a coat of Country Grey.

Old Ochre

Old Ochre

Old Ochre is the faded darkened cream colour seen on old French painted furniture, woodwork and door exteriors. Apply Annie Sloan Dark Wax to make the colour more intense and evocative of Paris, or keep it clean as a neutral foil to other colours.

Paloma

Paloma

Paloma is made from mixing purple and yellow complementaries with white to make a soft warm neutral taupe grey. It is both a modern contemporary colour and a classic colour that was used when a range of purples first became possible.

Aubusson Blue

Aubusson Blue

Named after the blue found in classic Aubusson rugs from France, this colour is inspired directly by the development of Prussian Blue in the late 18th Century. It’s the perfect colour for a Swedish interior.

Coco

Coco

Inspired by the warm pigment, Burnt Umber, this is a classic colour that has long been used in decorative work. Use Coco on its own or as a neutral.

Antoinette

Antoinette

Antoinette is a soft pale pink inspired by the decorative pieces and interiors of 18th Century France, when the finest red earths were mixed with white and used to make a clear, but dusky colour for walls.

English Yellow

English Yellow

An English colour from the development of Chrome Yellow pigment in the 18th Century and inspired by hand painted Chinese wallpaper. This was the first non-earthy yellow. It’s also a great fifties vintage colour.

Arles

Arles

This rich, deep yellow was inspired by the town of Arles in the south of France where a wide range of earthy yellow ochres are dug straight from the ground. It’s a natural rustic colour as well as a modern colour.

Barcelona Orange

Barcelona Orange

This vivacious, modern orange is based on the colour used copiously by the Impressionists, in early advertisements and in 1960's decoration. Such a brilliant orange was not available until the early 20th century. With dark wax, it becomes burnt orange the colour of some Chinese lacquer.

Scandinavian Pink

Scandinavian Pink

Scandinavian Pink was inspired by the traditional colours found in much Swedish furniture. We use it underneath pale neutrals like Old Ochre or Old White. It also works beautifully as a colour for the interior of cupboards and drawers.

Emperor's Silk

Emperor's Silk

Emperor's Silk is a bright pure red like the silk lining of a jacket. It is also the red of Chinese lacquer, especially when deepened with Annie Sloan Dark Soft Wax. Use it in the interior of a cupboard or drawer for a pop of colour.

Versailles

Versailles

Versailles is a colour inspired by fine old French furniture and gilded doors. It is sophisticated and gentle, yet it works well with modern pieces too. This is a hue that picks up other colours well and changes character accordingly.

Pure Bristle Brushes

Pure Bristle Brushes

The oval-shaped Pure Bristle Brushes are perfect for producing a textured, vintage finish. The bristles are strong, yet pliable, and feature naturally split ends, allowing you to paint expressively. They hold a large amount of paint and can also be used for applying wax.

Annie Sloan Craqueleur

Annie Sloan Craqueleur

Annie Sloan’s unique Craqueleur is a two-part application that gives an authentic cracked varnish finish ⎯ just like on an Old Master! You can control the size of the cracks with Step 2 ⎯ the thinner you apply it, the smaller the cracks. If you like, you can then highlight the cracks with Annie Sloan Dark Soft Wax.

Annie Sloan Decoupage Glue & Varnish

Annie Sloan Decoupage Glue & Varnish

Annie Sloan Decoupage Glue and Varnish is water-based, fast drying, and builds up layers very quickly. For fast and beautiful results, you can use it as an adhesive for decoupage or to transfer a laser-printed or photocopied image directly onto a surface. Easy to apply, this glue and varnish gives a beautifully smooth, matt finish.

Annie Sloan Lacquer

Annie Sloan Lacquer

Annie Sloan Lacquer is a robust, matt varnish with a very slight sheen for added strength. It goes on perfectly clear and dries quickly. Use it over Chalk Paint® on surfaces that will see a lot of wear – such as floors and stairs. For best results, apply two coats. To maintain your finish, use mild soapy water and avoid harsh chemicals. Not suitable for areas of high water use such as bathrooms. Not suitable for outdoor use.

Dark wax

Dark wax

Apply Annie Sloan Dark Soft Wax to age and give texture to your paintwork. Made with a combination of natural carnauba and beeswax, the wax is the consistency of soft margarine so it is easy to apply and has very little odour. It is water-repellent too, so can be used on dining room tables and kitchens. To achieve Annie's signature look, first apply a coat of Clear Soft Wax, followed by the Dark Soft Wax. Both can be applied with an Annie Sloan Wax Brush or lint-free cloth. Wipe off any excess (

Soft Wax Clear

Soft Wax Clear

Apply Annie Sloan Soft Wax after painting to achieve a subtle sheen as well as protection and durability. Made with a combination of natural carnauba and beeswax, the wax is the consistency of soft margarine so it is easy to apply, is completely colourless and has very little odour. It is water-repellent too, so can be used on dining room tables and kitchens. To achieve Annie's signature look, apply the wax over your painted piece with an Annie Sloan Wax Brush or lint-free cloth, and then sand b

Colour Card

Colour Card

White Wax

White Wax

Use White Wax to soften and lighten Chalk Paint colours or apply it directly onto wood to create a limed look.

White Wax

White Wax

White Chalk Paint Wax will seal and protect furniture and walls painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.

Black Wax

Black Wax

Black Chalk Paint Wax will give a cool, dark finish to your paintwork, bringing out texture in brushwork and mouldings, as well as darkening and enriching colours.

Black Wax

Black Wax

Use it with clear Chalk Paint Wax to seal and protect furniture and walls painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint.

Gilding Wax

Gilding Wax

Add a metallic touch to your painted furniture with Annie Sloan Gilding Wax. Apply to ornate carvings and mouldings to enhance texture and detailing. Can be applied with a lint-free cloth or a brush.

Metal Leaf

Metal Leaf

Transfer leaf is useful for gilding large surface areas, such as walls or a large piece of furniture. Brass leaf is also known as 'Imitation Gold' or sometimes referred to as 'Dutch Gold'. Brass tarnishes so apply a layer of Clear Chalk Paint Wax over your gilded surface when done. Aluminium leaf is also known as 'Imitation Silver'. To make it look like vintage silver, apply a light coat of Dark Chalk Paint Wax when done.

Gilding Wax

Gilding Wax

Add a metallic touch to your painted furniture with Annie Sloan Gilding Wax. Apply to ornate carvings and mouldings to enhance texture and detailing. Can be applied with a lint-free cloth or a brush.

Wax Brush

Wax Brush

Annie Sloan's bespoke Wax Brushes are made of pure bristle with natural split ends. They feature ergonomically shaped handles for the effortless application of finishing coats of wax onto painted surfaces. They are shaped to a point to assist with working wax into intricate, detailed areas and tight corners.

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Pure

Perfect for modern interiors, this cool, clean white makes a crisp contrast with strong colours. Please note: this pure white has the least covering power of all the colours so may require more than one coat or is best applied over a coat of Country Grey.