Annie Sloan Giverny
Giverny is a bright, cheery, clean, cool blue in the
Annie Sloan palette. It is near the greener range of blues, without any
red in it. It is a perfect colour for a modern contemporary palette, and
looks great with bright, warm colours (such as Barcelona Orange and
Scandinavian Pink) and cool neutrals (such as Paloma) as well as greens
from the Annie Sloan range. Giverny is named after the
village in Northern France where Claude Monet lived and this brilliant
blue was especially popular in early 20th Century interiors.
1 litre is enough to cover approximately 13 square metres (1 quart covers approximately 150 square feet). After painting, seal indoor furniture with Annie Sloan Wax On floors, seal with Annie Sloan Floor Lacquer.
Sloan invented Chalk Paint™ in 1990, inspired by traditional recipes such as
casein and gesso. These paints are truly
tried and tested
paint your furniture and wax with Annie Sloan Soft Wax
walls and leave matt, or wax for an aged patina effect
French look, paint furniture in two tones, seal with clear wax, distress with
fine sandpaper, and wax again
wooden floors in solid colour or create a translucent wash
colour to concrete floors
walls and furniture, chalk paint™ will fade and distress naturally without
houses without damp proofing, use chalk paint™ so that walls can breathe
or sanding necessary
sticks to wood, paint, plastic, stone, brick, concrete, and metal
removing of old wax, paint, or varnish
colours can be lightened, darkened or mixed together to easily create a bespoke
eco friendly and highly concentrated to produce extensive covering power. These
paints dry with a beautiful velvety matt finish. For most purposes, one coat of
paint is enough. However some furniture, generally from the 1930’s and 40’s can
have a coating which may cause a stain to come through. Don’t worry, just apply
clear shellac to the stain and repaint.
1 litre =
average coverage of about 13m²
Buy Annie Sloan Chalk Paint™ in France from La Deuxième Chance. Annie Sloan Chalk Paint stockist in France since 2011.