Annie Sloan 1 L Arles Chalk Paint
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.
Now a global phenomenon, Annie Sloan first developed the Chalk Paint® range (named for its velvety, ultra matt finish) in 1990 to create a versatile paint that would work beautifully on furniture without priming or sanding; that would be easy to use and quick to dry; and that could be used for a number of different paint techniques.
At Petticoat Lane, we are proud to have been Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® stockists for 9 years and have extensive experience and knowledge in all of the possible techniques and finishes. Our shop is always filled with painted pieces and we offer official Annie Sloan Workshops. We are passionate about the brand and everything that can be achieved with a paint and products that is both easy to use and of such quality that we also believe it to be a true artisan paint. Please do not hesitate to contact us in the shop if you would like to ask questions before you buy. We are always so happy to help and advise!
Technical information 1 litre is enough to cover approximately 13 square metres (140 square feet). After painting, seal indoor furniture with Chalk Paint® Wax. On floors, seal with Chalk Paint® Lacquer.
Also available in 120ml project tins. Please note that paint colours will vary depending on screen settings.
Artist and innovator Annie Sloan invented her revolutionary Chalk Paint® in 1990, and has continued to refine her formula ever since. Designed for use on furniture and walls, it is unique in that, in most cases, it can be used without the need for any preparation, such as sanding or priming. Described as ‘the fool-proof furniture paint’ is can be applied to many types of surface, including metal, melamine, wood and glass. With a vibrant colour palette inspired by 18th and 20th Century decor and design to choose from, there’s a pigment for every project.