20 October 2014

Beau Ford's Spotted Wardrobe



For Beau's second project as Painter in Residence she took a characterless old wooden wardrobe and transformed it in to a fun, colourful statement piece, using my paint. Chalk Paint® is the perfect way to add colour to a child's bedroom (or an adult's!)


The outside of the wardrobe has been painted in a simple mix of Barcelona Orange and Pure, creating a peachy-orange colour. I love the way Beau picked its complimentary colour, Provence, to paint the inside of the wardrobe. She stamped the white spots on to the surface, starting at the bottom of the wardrobe and radiating out towards the top. She then finished the project with Annie Sloan Clear Soft Wax to protect the surface.

You can easily replicate this finish at home by making your own stamps. And you don't need any high tech equipment – it's easy to make your own stamps out of potatoes, cardboard or wine corks.

Have you ever attempted a similar finish with Chalk Paint®?






Yours, Annie



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6 comments:

  1. Wow! what a transformation :) beautiful :)

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  2. I love the transformation! It turned out so cool, thanks for sharing!

    Take care,
    Sue

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  3. Terrific, really fun colours. Inspiring!!!

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  4. I love the orange and I have done many a different pattern on the top to break the monotony on plain shaped furniture

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  5. Loovveee all of these so much!! The idea is ever green :)) also been loving light boxes ATM wish I could get one!!
    Loved this
    Treasure Box

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