Colorful Monday – Graphite & French Linen

I was playing around on Pinterest the other day creating a couple new boards for a few design clients and came across this fabulous Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan mix made by the blogger Paint in My Hair.  She mixed 3/4 Graphite with 1/4 French Linen and created this awesome color, enjoy!

Hope you all have a wonderful & safe new years eve and a fabulous 2013!

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Kelly


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3 Responses to Colorful Monday – Graphite & French Linen

  1. vanessa says:

    Kelly,

    This is a great color and looks to beautiful on this piece. Happy New Year’s

    Hugs,

    Vanessa

  2. JaneEllen says:

    I am so loving that piece and especially the color. That’s incredible, would go with anything. What a great mix. Makes me want to buy some chalk paint but since my budget doesn’t stretch that far I’ll have to try to see what I can mix up myself. I’d so love to have that gorgeous buffet. Never see ones like that in Grand Junction. Don’t know where I’d put it but I’d find a place. Happy 2013

  3. Sarah says:

    Love this color! I was going to experiment with mixing those two colors to get a warm gray that was less beige than French Linen but not as silver as Paris Gray. Glad someone else already figured it out!

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