Shabby Chic Furniture Paint

shabby chic chalk based furniture paint

Whether it’s the coffee table in your living room or a display cabinet in your shop window, our shabby chic chalk paint can help refresh any piece of furniture in your home or business. Using our specially designed chalk paint, you can give tatty-looking furnishings a whole new lease of life.

Our shabby chic furniture paint consists of a thick, richly pigmented formula, meaning there’s no need for you to use a primer or undercoat. The paint can be used on wood, stone, brick, metal, plaster or plastic, regardless of whether it’s bare or has been previously painted.

Choose from furniture chalk paint in 37 stunning colours in both metallic and matte finishes. You can take your pick from a selection of pale, pastel hues such as Dusty Blue, Cottage Green and Baby Pink, as well as dark, sophisticated shades including Pebble Grey, Metallic Gun and Liquorice.

We also offer a variety of soft, neutral coloured paints too, such as Chalky White, Clotted Cream and Strawberry Yoghurt. No matter what colour paint you’re looking for, you’ll be able to find it in our collection.

Our shabby chic furniture chalk paint is available in three tin sizes – 12ml, 250ml and 1 litre. To see our full range, simply browse the products on this page.


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