Where to use Satin Paint
You've probably heard of Annie Sloan Satin Paint, and you might be wondering what the difference is between Chalk Paint and Satin Paint, and when is best to use each. Well, read on for the three best places to choose Satin Paint...
Satin Paint in Oxford Navy (outer edge) and Athenian Black (inside and floor front) looks beautiful on this fireplace. Choose Satin Paint over Chalk Paint for a slight sheen and an in-built protective finish. Satin Paint can be easily applied to wood, metal and other surfaces (for example, this fireplace was stone) but unlike Chalk Paint may require prep work first. You can find full usage instructions here.
BANANAS FOR BANISTERS
Banisters, stair rails and skirting are very hard-working areas of your home that see frequent usage. Satin Paint is specifically formulated for those areas! Here we used Satin Paint in Canvas; a warm characterful white that contrasts beautifully with Annie Sloan Wall Paint in Tyrian Plum. Meanwhile, warmth comes from the hallway table painted using Chalk Paint in Emperor's Silk and knocked back with Dark Chalk Paint Wax.
ALL WHITE ON THE NIGHT
There are 14 fabulous colours in our Satin Paint range. Some are from the existing Chalk Paint palette whilst others were developed especially to match the Annie Sloan Wall Paint range. That means you can colour-drench your walls, floors, and woodwork all in the same shade for a smart finish whilst safe in the knowledge that you have the correct paint for each job. Click the button below for everything you need to know about how to use Satin Paint!