French Linen & Florence

Today is all about color!  One of my all time fav colors in Chalk Paint™ decorative paint by Annie Sloan is French Linen.  Sometimes in the Falls Church shop it looks really dark but it’s not!  So I wanted to share this picture of a beautiful little dresser I did recently for a client.  You can see how pretty the color is in the light.

Now for Florence our newest color, I just love it!  I did this low sitting drum table in Florence and think it could bring such a fun POP of color to any room. Happy 4th of July! The Falls Church shop {Stifel & Capra} will be open 4th of July!

Come and see this cute drum table at Stifel and Capra in the upstairs sunroom!




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6 Responses to French Linen & Florence

  1. Jeannie-JB says:

    I love this chest! It is so gorgeous that I had to pin it on my pinterest board!
    Check it out!

    http://pinterest.com/pin/181129216233904465/

  2. Vanessa says:

    HI, Kelly

    What a great color. It is so bold and would go beautiful in a living room.

    Vanessa

  3. Doris says:

    Love that “Florence”! I just mixed up my own chalk paint in a very similar color for a clients piece. Glad to hear ASCP has it now!

  4. Kim says:

    Hi Kelly, I am also keen to try more with the new Florence Colour. I managed to get a sample of it in Oxford at Annie Sloan’s shop. And in your Falls Church I got several sample colours. I have made a mix of it with Old Ochre, and it is awesome, turning a more verdigris colour, and softer with addition of a bit more Old Ochre. I will be working to get enough (until the paint is available in Australia !) to do a sewing machine cabinet, to complement a vintage Singer 319K in a pale green finish. I hope to mix a custom colour, and combine with some of the Coco I got from you. Plus wax ! Can’t wait to get enough of the green to make this plan happen 😉

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