Where To Buy Chalk Paint!

Most of you know I love chalk paint. I've refinished quite a few pieces of furniture and while I'm not a professional, I do have a preference when it comes to paint. I've tried several different kinds of milk paints and spray paint and still prefer Annie Sloan's Chalk Paint and color selection over everything else. 

You could say that I'm pretty plain jane when it comes to most things because I really hate change and once I find something I like I really hate to switch it up.  

That being said, I decided to share some of my best resources and best places to buy Chalk Paint here on the blog today.

I get asked pretty often about where I buy my chalk paint and I never realized that there aren't extremely great resources online when it comes to that. So I decided to share with you today where I buy most of my chalk paint and where you can find it too!

1. My number one resource is Robyn Story Designs she is located in Tampa, Fl but has a great item selection online without a huge upcharge on her stuff. My order always comes in a fair amount of time and it's always packaged nicely. 

2. I've also purchased paint from Perfectly Imperfect Shop and had a great experience. My order came in a timely manner and they had great prices on paint! 

3. I've used This Paint on smaller projects and it worked out pretty well, the texture is similar to Annie Sloan but still doesn't give me the full coverage that Annie Sloan does, however, it is a cheaper alternative, with lots of color options! It held up well on the stool I used it on a year ago!
4. Reviews on Amazon for this spray paint aren't very good and I'm not quite sure why. I loved it when I used it! Like the paint I shared above it's awesome for smaller projects, and much easier to use. Although you can get runs if you're not careful. I used it on my twiggy wreath and it worked out awesome! Maybe the easiest DIY ever? I've actually done this with tons of wreaths and I've always used the chalk paint spray paint for it! 
5. This paint is a cheaper alternative to Annie Sloan, and is right up there in quality. You do have to mix it yourself but it's a great alternative to Annie Sloan if you don't want to spend as much money. Mixing it yourself is really easy and this kit comes with a card and directions for mixing. 

I do realize that some of you don't want to shop online for paint, so you can check the Annie Sloan website to find a retailer near you. If you want to see colors in person, You can head to Micheal's to check out Martha Stewart's Chalk Paint line. The bottles are smaller though and I've found myself needing about 4 bottles for a small nightstand to give me the coverage I needed.

I really love the rustic chippy look that chalk paint gives me and I'm determined to continue trying new paints so I can keep you up to date on the best ones! For now though I hope this helps some of you in the market for chalk paint or looking to buy some for a project. I'll be sharing more tips and tricks for Chalk Paint in the future so feel free to drop any questions below or message me on Instagram or Facebook! 

I really do love hearing from you guys! 
XO

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