by annie sloan
$16.00 – $45.00
This strong, deep green takes inspiration from the painted shutters and doors of Amsterdam, it works particularly well with whites and creams.
This comes to our palette from two sources—the neo-classical palaces and villages around Provence where countless artists have been inspired.
Antoinette is a soft pink inspired by 18th Century France, when fine red earths mixed with white were used to make a clear, dusky wall color.
This rich yellow was inspired by the southern France town, Arles, where earthy yellow ochres are dug from the ground. Arles is natural, modern, and rustic.
Athenian Black is a true, deep black developed to reflect the opaque figures and dramatic silhouetted shapes painted on Ancient Greek ceramics.
Named after the blue in France’s classic Aubusson rugs, this color is inspired by the development of Prussian Blue in the late 18th Century.
This vivacious orange is based on the color used copiously by the Impressionists, in early advertisements, and in 1960’s decoration.
A rich deep warm red the colour of dark cherries, Burgundy Chalk Paint finds its early inspiration in Pompeii.
This elegant grey-green is inspired by when decorative painters mixed their leftover colors to create a base paint. It’s the traditional color in French woodwork.
Inspired by the warm pigment, Burnt Umber, this is a classic colour that has long been used in decorative work.
Country Grey is a cool, soft neutral. Made with raw umber pigment, it is often the choice of painted furniture.
Cream is based on the traditional yellowish color that was used on old woodwork.
Duck Egg Blue
This soft greenish blue stems from the first discovery of a good blue pigment in the 18th Century, which was then lightened with white.
A warm soft aubergine color with pink-red undertones giving a rich complexity that makes beautifully sophisticated lilac tones when Old White is added.
Emperor’s Silk is a bright red like the silk lining of a jacket. It’s also the red of Chinese lacquer with Annie Sloan Dark Soft Wax.
An English color from the development of Chrome Yellow pigment in the 18th Century and inspired by hand-painted Chinese wallpaper.
Florence is a sophisticated color originating from copper green minerals and malachite—it’s a great modern day color for any room or piece.
This khaki grey works beautifully with golds and a range of rich and bright colours such as Emile and Emperor’s Silk.
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.
Graphite is a soft black that works for many interiors from neoclassical to modern. When waxed, it becomes a beautiful black like dark slate.
Greek Blue works exceptionally well with neoclassical interiors, especially when deepened with some Annie Sloan Dark Wax.
The Grand Tours of the 18th Century brought the Henrietta color into the finest houses of Europe as part of gentle neoclassical schemes.
Pair this clean pastel blue with white for a fine Rococo look or combine with brights for a vintage retro aesthetic.
Napoleonic Blue Chalk Paint is inspired by the ultramarine and cobalt blue pigments used for decorative work from neoclassical interiors to modern 20th-century decoration.
Old Ochre Chalk Paint®is the faded darkened cream color seen on old French painted furniture, woodwork and door exteriors.
Like deep Parma violets or blue lavender, Old Violet Chalk Paint® is a wonderful 18th-century color inspired by ancient Rome.
The color of chalk and gesso, this is a cool soft white without pink or yellow in it. Old White works with everything.
This traditional green is found in fine classically painted and lacquered furniture, as well as rustic country pieces.
A warm, slightly creamy, traditional white, Original is the color of old painted furniture.
Oxford Navy is an inky, traditional navy blue which evokes the strong, august blue of academic insignia and fountain pens.
Paloma is made from mixing purple and yellow complementaries with white to make a soft warm neutral taupe grey.
Soft and gentle, Paris Grey is made from a mix of blue and orange, inspired by the painted furniture found in elegant French châteaux or old Swedish manor houses.
Primer Red is a colour found in practically every culture. Use it for rustic pieces or as a base for sophisticated colours like Château Grey or Versailles.
Provence was inspired by shutters and doors found in Southern France. They are often painted in a range of turquoise blue-greens, some bright and some faded.
Perfect for modern interiors, this cool, clean white makes a crisp contrast with strong colours.
Scandinavian Pink was inspired by the traditional colours often found in Swedish furniture. It works beautifully as the interior of cupboards and drawers.
Versailles is a colour inspired by fine old French furniture and gilded doors. It is sophisticated and gentle, yet it works well with modern pieces too.