Annie Sloan Chalk Paint French Linen is a cool neutral khaki grey inspired by bleached deep neutral of old pieces of French and Italian furniture. It works beautifully with golds and a range of rich and bright colours such as Emile and Emperor's Silk
Chalk Paint decorative paint by Annie Sloan is made specifically for painting furniture. It is totally matt and ideal for distressing and then waxing. Suitable for wood, plastic, metal, stone and brick.
We also offer Annie Sloan painting workshops so please sign up for one if you live near our shop.
13 square metres (enough for 2 coats on a large dresser).
Please be aware that colours may look slightly different on your monitor. We advise using a colour card for a true representation.
Don't forget your Clear Wax!
Choose from £5.00 for two working day or £6.50 for next working day delivery (Mon – Fri only) on all orders placed before 1pm . Orders placed after 1pm on Friday or on Saturday and Sunday will be sent out on Monday. One flat fee for orders of any size. Provide your mobile number with your order to receive text alerts to let you know when your parcel is due to arrive. Saturday delivery available but this incurs a high surcharge, please call the shop on 01780 752414 to arrange.
(*Deliveries are sent on a tracked service and require a signature. Timings cannot be guaranteed and some postcodes may incur a surcharge. Please see our Delivery Information page for more details)
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Posted by Karin on 4th Nov 2015
I paint my complet cabinet with this great colour and it was so easy. After paint I put the clear wax for finish and Ive got a wonderful result.
Posted by nikki on 1st Oct 2015
I have just started out renovating and painting furniture, I wouldn't use any other paint. It so easy to use even for a novice like me.
The colour is just how I want it to look. Like a grey beige colour. Really classy.
Posted by s darby on 17th Aug 2015
Very expensive and wasn't impressed with the finish . will stick to dulux or crown eggshell half the price in my opinion a better finish.
Posted by tracy plowman on 6th Jul 2015
I am just about to paint my kitchen cupboard doors in this which along with natural pine wood I think is going to look amazing. I have used this shade many times and you get very good coverage and I also like to mix up my colours to make my own shades its so easy. Thank you Annie Sloan and chalk interiors.
Posted by J A R on 19th May 2015
The Annie Sloane Chalk Paint is fantastic! its painted 3 pieces of furniture (1 big, two smal) for a distressed effect and there is nearly half a tin left! The furniture looks expensive and the finish is perfect!
Delivery great and service also great!
Posted by Avril on 16th Mar 2015
Great colour, easy to work with and dries VERY quickly
Very well packaged and fast delivery
Posted by Amanda Riley on 2nd Mar 2015
Have not yet used this paint but looks ok in the tin. Very good service with delivery and packed well.
Posted by michelle on 21st Feb 2015
I firstly bought the old ochre to paint a dresser, i loved the feel and end finish so i bought this one to revamp my kitchen table and chairs along with the old ochre. I have to say, from a cheap looking chipped old tacky table, i have created a stunning shabby chic piece of furniture. People comment and ask where i had it, they cant believe that its the old one transformed. I would recomend annie sloan to anyone wishing to refurbish old furniture, absolutley brilliant finish, sticks to anything and leaves a smooth chalky feel. Highly recomend
Posted by lyndsay kerr on 24th Sep 2014
Great product and great service, would highly recommend
Posted by jacinta rissley on 19th Sep 2013
just love this paint colour! Im painting my kitchen units with this & country grey( & mixing/making it up!) by going for a french country kitchen style look. so far, Im thrilled with how its looking. The coverage is good but as I am dark waxing the door fronts it also hides a multitude of sins! I like the textured look that you can achieve with this paint also, if you apply it thickly. Dont be afraid to water it down as it can be a bit difficult to work with if too thick, just take some out of the can first and put in a separate container
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