The Annie Sloan Chalk Paint palette:
This strong, deep green takes inspiration from painted shutters and doors in Amsterdam and throughout Europe.
Not only found in the neoclassical palette, but also on rustic country furniture from Ireland and the south of France.
This soft pale pink takes inspiration from the dusky wall colours and decorative pieces of the 18th – century French interiors.
This rustic colour takes inspiration from the French town of Arles where earthy yellow ochres are dug from the ground.
Named after the blue found in the 18th century Aubusson rugs, this is the perfect colour for a Swedish interior.
This brilliant modern orange is based on the colour used copiously by the impressionists, early advertising and 1960’s decoration.
Inspired by Pompeii, this rich colour has a strong neoclassical heritage and is perfect for sophisticated painted furniture.
This traditional colour came into being when decorative painters mixed all their leftover colours together to make a base paint.
This cool soft neutral is a great foil for other colours and a classic choice for painted furniture.
Based on the traditional yellowish colour used on old woodwork, this also works as part of a 1950’s vintage look.
Evoking Rococo interiors, this colour stems from the discovery of a beautiful blue pigment in the 18th century.
Used first by artists and then in decorative work, this colour finds it’s beginnings in bohemian Paris.
Like the silk lining of a jacket of traditional Chinese lacquer, this colour is beautifully deepened with Dark Wax.
Inspired by hand-painted Chinese wallpaper and the development of Chrome Yellow pigment in the 1700’s.
Found in neoclassical Italian and French interiors, this sophisticated colour springs from copper green minerals and malachite.
Inspired by the colour of aged, natural linen, this works beautifully with gold and a range of rich, bright colours.
Inspired by a traditional pigment called Lamp Black, this is perfect for anything from the neoclassical to the modern interior.
Found on rustic doors, shutters and furniture throughout the Mediterranean, this colour also works well in a neoclassical setting.
The Grand Tours of the 18th century brought this colour into the finest houses of Europe as part of the gentle neoclassical schemes.
Named after a harbour town in Normandy and inspired by rich warm browns found in the rustic French countryside and mid-20th century design.
Pair this pastel with white for a fine Rococo look or combine with brights for a vintage retro aesthetic.
This colour takes inspiration from ‘Ultramarine’ and ‘Cobalt Blue’ pigments used for decorative work in neoclassical interiors.
This faded darkened cream colour is evocative of old French painted furniture woodwork and door exteriors seen in Paris.
A wonderful 18th-century colour inspired by Ancient Rome, use it with red for a little Parisian Boho.
This traditional green is found in fine classically painted and lacquered furniture, as well as rustic country pieces.
The white of old painted furniture, pair this with Duck Egg Blue or Antoinette for a delicate old French look.
This classic colour was used when a range of purples first became possible. It also works well as a cotemporary neutral.
Inspired by French and Swedish interiors, this soft and gentle colour works well with blues and oranges.
A colour found in everything from Venetian palaces to Vietnamese temples, use this for rustic pieces of under gilding.
Recalling the shutters and doors of the South of France, this colour works equally well for a modern look.
Perfect for modern interiors, this cool, clean white makes a crisp contrast with strong colours.
This natural pink is inspired by a mix of red ochre and white found everywhere from Scandinavia to Mexico.
Paint & Products:
Marmalade are proud to be the exclusive Bath stockist for the full range of paint, waxes and products, by Annie Sloan, all of which are available from our shop space in the centre of Bath.
For those wanting to start working on their own pieces with Annie’s paints, we recommend coming along to our courses which we run from our separate Bath studios – a full day of experimenting with different techniques and a chance to try out the paints.
Have a go! You will soon realise that painting furniture is easier than you think, and you’ll be amazed at the results.
We are passionate about fabrics and so we only work with the most beautiful linens and hessians that blend with our house-style.
We stock the brand new colour-way linens and designs by Annie Sloan, and we choose fabrics from highly respected designers adding in whatever beautiful finds we come across on our travels.
We are able to offer you a full soft-furnishing service, from cushion and curtain-making to upholstery. We can also teach you how to paint on fabric and add our beautiful stencils to create a truly unique design all your own – perfect for wall hangings or decorative curtains.