Antique Trunk/Coffee Table with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

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I have been asking about readers opinions about Annie Sloan Chalk Paint lately. I am not a huge fan of chalk paint but the reason is because I don't find it a good paint to do "fine" painting in. By "fine" painting, I mean a smooth finish with an even sheen and minimal brush marks. However, rather than sound like a hater of Annie Sloan, I decided I would do a piece with her red emperor's silk. I tinted the clear wax with my own tints to get it the exact colour I wanted. And, yes, I really did obsessively paint around all that brass hardware. The legs are painted black with my custom red glaze on them. Hubbie says its finished and to leave it alone. I'm not so sure. The only question I have is: should I add brass or bronze paint to the bottom of the feet to tie them in with the top? Or would you leave it as is?
Jacqui
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q antique trunk coffee table with annie sloan chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture, repurposing upcycling
q antique trunk coffee table with annie sloan chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture, repurposing upcycling
q antique trunk coffee table with annie sloan chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture, repurposing upcycling
q antique trunk coffee table with annie sloan chalk paint, chalk paint, painted furniture, repurposing upcycling
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