Karen Rae Levine

Compass Rose coffee table. Pure White with shades of Napoleonic Blue. Colors softened with a wash of white with some random splatters for fun.

Karen Rae Levine

Shabby Chic using Cream and Clear Wax. Top wears waterslide decals, which cannot be used with wax. Apply to dry paint and seal with varnish.

Karen Rae Levine

Emperor's Silk with a hand-painted design. Clear and then Black wax (highlighting the faux bamboo woodwork). The Chinese symbol means "love"

Suzanne Bird

An emerald look was achieved (mixing Napoleonic Blue & Florence) to accent sky in picture and gem on Pandora's box.

Jolanta Arena

Wall mounted bathroom cabinet. Chalk Paint - Duck Egg Blue. Black & White Chalk Paint® Waxes

Becky Moore

Arles and Cream 50/50 mix, first coat. Then dry brushed with French Linen and dry brushed with Pure White. Clear and Dark Wax.

MARYANN

Wood chair in old white and Paris grey

Funk & Junk

Red... White... & Blue... Happy British Belated 4th of July! Annie Sloan.... :)

Lesley Scriven

Nothing like a bit of jolly Bloomsbury-inspired bohemian style to lift the spirits!

Diane Sullivan

50 Shades of Graphite Dresser! Using Annie Sloan's Graphite paint and lightening with Old White to create the shades of grey.

mrs janice case

Dark brown cabinet transformed clear wax and dark wax used. Back and shelves lined with vintage paper.

Michelle Bond

Chest of drawers painted in Provence Blue. Clear wax contemporary finish. Drawers lined & sealed with handmade paper in complementary tones.

Kari Beringer

I used Paris Blue and White sealed with clear wax.

Diane Sullivan

Graphite lightened with Old White on body of dresser and Old Violet with Old White on drawers. Stencilled to match duvet cover.

Diane Sullivan

Cocoa dry brushed with Old White and Duck Egg Blue drawer fronts with White Wax. Star Fish Stencil too!

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