Buy Annie Sloan Chalk Paint High Quality Free Shipping
Shipping policies vary, but many of our sellers offer free shipping when you purchase from them. Typically, orders of $35 USD or more (within the same shop) qualify for free standard shipping from participating Etsy sellers.
buy annie sloan chalk paint free shipping
Free shipping and handling valid on purchases made at anniesloan.com/us for any order that contains AT LEAST 1-gallon Wall Paint tin, even if other products are added to the order. Free shipping is applied to orders of wall paint tester pots (4floz) if the order ONLY contains wall paint tester pots. Offer not valid in stores or on phone orders. T&Cs apply.
You can buy Annie Sloan chalk paint online for delivery straight to your door or in our shop. Transform and update your tired furniture. We stock all Annie Sloan Chalk paint colours, waxes, lacquers, brushes and accessories. Everything you need for painting furniture.
To achieve Annie's signature look, apply the wax over your painted piece with an Annie Sloan Wax Brush or lint-free cloth, and then sand back. You can also colour the Clear Soft Wax with a little Chalk Paint. After care: wipe clean with a damp cloth. For tough marks, use a proprietry spray cleaner and rewax.
For all standard store items like paint, brushes and books, we ship USPS Flat Rate Priority Mail. May take 1-4 days based on delivery destination. To estimate your shipping rate, enter your zip code when viewing your shopping cart.
Chalk paint (not to be confused with chalkboard paint) is used on furniture and décor to produce an aged, chalky appearance. It has become a popular product among DIY enthusiasts looking to create a shabby chic, distressed look on furniture and other items.
Other supplies to consider before taking on a chalk painting project include sponges, paint rollers, and paint brushes. Some DIYers recommend using brushes dedicated to chalk painting. You can find a host of chalk painting brushes on Amazon, as well.
Now you know where to buy chalk paint for furniture and whatever your DIY-inclined mind can think up. Many in-store and online retailers carry a wide selection. Consider experimenting with wax coats to create a distressed look and using a variety of brushes and rollers to produce interesting textures and finishes. Enjoy!
I like the convenience of being able to grab a can locally, but the Home Depot also offers shipping and in-store pickup. Note that Rust-Oleum also sells tint-able bases for their Chalked paint that you can find at Ace hardware (more on that later!) as well as a Chalked spray paint line.
Agreed! Totally unbiased opinions were offered, I give this post extra kudo points for the fact she has been ride or die for 6 years with Annie Sloan paint (which is a beautiful paint line) but was willing to give another (beautiful) paint line a try, despite her connection with AS and went with truthful & factual pros and cons to the two. An open mind to new products is always a good trait, especially this day n age every day a new something or another is released. anyways thts all! Great post!! I actually just used the chalked paint and was impressed and very satisfied with the turn out and stumbled here when looking for other successors of the Rustolem paint!
You can take any paint colour to Home Hardware, that sells Rustoleum, & they can make it in Chalk paint, Or pick a colour off their paint palate, we make hundreds of colours.No other company that sells chalk paint has that ability.
Love this post! I started with Rust-oleum when I first tried chalk paint and really liked it (especially the low cost!) The one other thing I have noticed when I compared painting with Annie Sloan or Rust-Oleum is that Rust-Oleum seems to leave slightly more distinct brush marks. I often will end up adding a little bit of water to the paint (especially on a second coat) to alleviate brush strokes or caking. I also really like the Rust-oleum matte finish product made for their chalked paint because you can just brush it on! Sooo much quicker and easier than wax (and you can just use a regular paintbrush).
Julie can you give me more details on the proportions on how to make your own chalk paint, including the brands you used? My husband and I hired a painter to paint our cabinets white that were originally stained. Within a month most of the cabinets have chipped, peeling, and basically look awful! Now due to cost we are going to redo them ourselves. Would we need to first clean and sand before applying the chalk paint? Thank you
When we were looking for paint for our dining table, I saw Annie Sloan used everywhere. Like you, on a trip to Home Depot we came across the Rustoleum chalk paint. We liked the price so we decided to give it a try and we were happy with the results. We even got the rustoleum chalk matte top coat as well. I will definitely be sticking with rustoleum for future projects.
Hi, I too love the chalk paint painting technique, but here goes, I did buy the Rust-Oleum but I am so afraid to make that first brush stroke!!!!! I want to paint/distress a curio cabinet I have. I know in my heart it will look fantastic but ughhh to make that first stroke with the brush!!! I can do it, I know I can, I think. LOLOLOL I will keep you posted after this coming weekend when I plan to just go ahead and do it!!!
Thank you so much for this post! It is super helpful. I have used Valspar chalk paint several times, love the wide availability of colors they can mix it to at Lowes. But it is thick and I felt somewhat hard to use. I was considering using Annie Sloan for my next project, but it sounds very similar to the Valspar. I was a doubter with the Rustoleum brand due to the low price, what a pleasant surprise though, I will definitely give it a try now!
I just got an old desk and chair and want to paint it. I have been reading about AS paint versus rustoleum chalk paint. This is my first project so I am alittle scared. I am going to paint it a gray color. What are your suggestions? I like the price of the rustoleum but want to desk to turn out. Do I need to use a wax on the finished project? Thanks for your help.
I just finished my first item with chalk paint. I used Annie Sloan on a China cabinet. The shop I buy from is really great on advice and she told me to thin the paint with water and it glides on perfectly. Drys with no brush strokes on second coat. She sells a Polyvine was finish varnish for final finish. It comes in satin or matte. Has durability of varnish and silky feel of wax. Love it.
Thanks so much for the tip to add a little water to the chalk paint. It went on so much smoother and was easier to work with. I painted a project without adding the water and it was so challenging to work with due to it being so thick. I am glad I happened to find your website.
Thank you so much for your post it was very helpful. I am researching painting our 20 year old knotty pine cabinets. They have quite a bit of water/sun damage over the years. I will have to sand some areas to get them smooth and remove the chipping existing varathane sealer used. I want to do a distressed look and have been watching a TON of videos on different paints and techniques. This is what I have come up with and would love opinions of what might work or not work. 1) clean all cabinets and sand rough areas 2) apply 2-3 coats Rustoleum chalk paint in off white color. 3) distress by sanding edges. 4)seal with polycrylic sealer. 5) glaze with dark brown glaze to enhance edges. 6) Apply 1-2 coats sealer for finish coat. ** I do not want to use wax for accents of finish as I have read a few people have issues repainting years later.
Ques: I have 3 chests of drawers that I painted red about 15 years ago with whatever paint I had. Now I want to repaint them a different color using chalked paint Because of the previously used RED paint, will the old paint color bleed thru to the new color? If so, what do I do? New ques: After reading your blog I got enthused about painting my kitchen cabinets They are 35 years old and grimy What should I clean them with before painting them ?(really with no other prep???) Ready to get started, Sue
The guy behind the paint counter at lowes is my new bff, Hope u may enjoy as well, perhaps rustoleum spray on chalk paint vs canned chalk paint like Charcol mite be an i teresting experiment also.
Hello Sarah. I need to show you a photo of a 4 panel room divider that I bought from wayfair. It is supposed to be all black but it arrived with thin red lines encircling and outlining the panel. I want to paint over them so that the panels are all black. Can i do that myself using chalk paint? Any advice?
I came across your review of Rustoleum vs Annie Sloan chalk paint while searching for AS paint which was recommended for painting upholstery fabric. Do you know if the Rustoleum works as well on fabric as the AS? Thanks for your help and great blog.
I just make my own chalk paint! LOL But I thank you Sarah for making this comparison between these 2 paints. I would like to see more comparisons done between various paints, varnishes, waxes and other items in these posts. It is very helpful when trying to make a decision and some of this stuff is quite pricey.
I have a wood look dining table outside. It appears to be a composite material of some sort mimicking stamped concrete. I would like to use chalk paint then seal with an outdoor water sealant. I hear this is possible. Thoughts?
Thank you for the comparison. I just want to share to tip that I learned on how to get rid of brush marks easily- use a brush (or aa roller) to apply the paint and then use a small DRY roller and lightly go over the painted area before it it dry. It levels out the paint and looks like it has been spray painted. I used that with chalk paint and normal latex paint
I was told to never use an oil based chalk paint because it will yellow. Yesterday I sprayed an end table with the Rustoleum Linen white which is oil based. Should I be concerned about it yellowing and go over it with the can of water based chalk paint? 041b061a72