This vibrant blue by Annie Sloan is named after the village in France where Monet lived and worked. Having no red in it, this blue will work well with greens or the greener blues. Use it in a punchy look on a large dresser or chest of drawers, or add a pop of colour in a neutral toned decorative scheme. It is particularly suited a modern, contemporary interiors style.
A 120 ml project pot is enough to update a bedside cabinet or chair. For larger items you will need the 1 litre tin.
I use the Chalk Paint Bristle Brush for my pieces of furniture, this allows me to build up colour quickly, and will give me a textured finish if I am wanting it.
Alternatively, use one of Annie Sloan Flat Brushes for a smoother, contemporary finish.