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Annie Sloan 25 Project

By Laura Nicely, Showroom Manager

We have had a strong partnership with Chalk Paint® by Annie Sloan and this is another reason to add to the list of why we like Annie and her products. To celebrate 25 years of Chalk Paint®, Annie Sloan is transforming 25 communal spaces worldwide, nominated by customers. 

Annie is a strong supporter of small independent businesses (you won’t find her paint anywhere else) and local communities.  The #25Project promotion is showing a more philanthropic side of her commitment to community involvement.

This is a great opportunity to support a Colorado organization that you are affiliated with who would benefit from a makeover of their space.  Think schools, youth clubs, community centers, etc.  Annie will reward 25 deserving spaces that have the most potential for transformation. 

You can submit your nomination at  To increase the chance of being chosen, include a quality picture of the space plus craft a well thought out explanation as to why the space needs updating.  If chosen, brushes, tools, expertise and of course paint will be supplied!  This is more than wall paint, Chalk Paint® can be used for furniture, fabric, floors and more. 

Nominations will be accepted now through the end of April. In early May, Annie will announce the winners via blog post, social media and email. Transformations will begin later that month! 

If anyone needs help finding a space to nominate or needs assistance filling out the application, we would love to help so please feel free to contact me.

Laura Nicely




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