Books

BOOKS

All the below Annie Sloan titles are available from your nearest stockist.

Colour Recipes for Painted Furniture

** NEW ** ROOM RECIPES FOR COLOUR AND STYLE *** NEW ***

With 300 inspirational photographs, this 192-page hardback book examines 9 key interior design styles, ranging from Traditional Swedish to Warehouse. Every page is filled with practical tips and inspiration to help you develop your own style and bring it into your home. Published by CICO books with stunning commissioned photography by Christopher Drake, this is the first book Annie has written with her son, Felix Sloan.

Colour Recipes for Painted Furniture

COLOUR RECIPES FOR PAINTED FURNITURE

40 new and inspiring step-by-step projects demonstrating the easy way to upcycle furniture and transform your home. You’ll learn how to work with colour and undertake projects in lots of different styles, including French, Boho Chic, Swedish, Country and Modern Contemporary. You’ll also learn several techniques such as distressing, colourwashing, gilding, decoupage, stencilling, dyeing fabric with paint and creating limed oak and faux marble effects. Elle Decoration have said it is “the go-to tome for the painted home”

 Quick and Easy paint transformations

QUICK AND EASY PAINT TRANSFORMATIONS

“In this book, I really pushed the boat out and did 50 (yes, FIFTY!) pieces of furniture. It includes before and after pics with step-by-step instructions for mainly painted furniture projects, with projects for walls and floors. The furniture was on the whole old pieces, but I did take a few new pieces and also some metal lamp bases and a cement garden pot.” ~ Annie Sloan
Creating the French look

CREATING THE FRENCH LOOK

“This is French style in a way you haven’t seen before. The French look is simple but the influences are many. Greys, whites and linens with toile de Jouy is the most well known look but we also have chic and quirky Parisian influence as well as the sunny and bright look from the south. In this book I use my experience as an interior designer to combine the use of paint colour and fabrics to create the french look with 25 easy to follow step by steps.”~ Annie Sloan
 Annie Sloan Workbook

ANNIE SLOAN WORKBOOK

“When I went to Art School, I was encouraged to keep a sketchbook. I used it to collect colours, pieces ripped from magazines, and pattern making. I still do. You can use this Work Book in the same way. Plan the colour palette of a room, work out a piece of furniture, draw little sketches, use the pockets to collect ribbons, fabric pieces and cuttings.”~ Annie Sloan