23 January 2015

Alex Russell Flint's Bedroom


In December, I shared Alex Russell Flint's Chalk Paint® mural with you. Now I can show you a bit more from this, his final Painter in Residence project. Working around the rest of the room with Chalk Paint®, Alex transformed his bedroom (once part of an old schoolhouse) into a sumptuous haven.

Artist Alex brings a romantic and rustic tinge to his French elegance – he juxtaposes a finely panelled door with a distressed and weathered Aubusson washed wall. He has painted the bedroom door in Olive, picking out lines of the panel frames using a complementary colour – Primer Red. He then also painted the antique wardrobe and ladder in Primer Red. The floor is painted in Paris Grey.

I love the way he has carefully composed his collection of found objects and paintings (all in frames painted in Chalk Paint®). Everything has been very well spaced to avoid any sense of overcrowding or cluttering.

This is the final project from Alex's Residency. I hope you've found his work as inspiring as I have. I still have three more projects to share from my first set of Residents: Beau Ford and Janice Issitt. And then I will be able to introduce you to my next set of Painters in Residence. Watch this space!



Yours, Annie


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4 comments:

  1. Love it. The colours go so well together. Especially love the walls!

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  3. ? I would also like to do our walls, but white "washing" 800 some square feet of birch paneling in our dream beach cottage. The panelling is real wood that I'll lightly sand (it has a thin poly coating) and I would like to achieve a transparent effect allowing some of the grain to show through. As this is a major undertaking, might you suggest the appropriate technique for painting and sealing? Many thanks and I'm very excited to get started--and thankful for your products

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