HoopHasIt
HoopHasIt
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  • Dallas, TX

Painted "Patina" Front Door With Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

$25
2 Days
Easy

Not all front doors face the street. Distressed and painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint. I really like the look of patina and used a brass sculpture for color inspiration. This is the outside version. I will also post the inside version.
patina front door with annie sloane chalk paint on outside, chalk paint, doors, painting
The door had been painted a rust color over a brown stain. I partially stripped the rust paint then painted over the whole thing with different layers of Annie Sloane Old White and Florence. I distressed the door with hammer and chain. Then removing as needed. I also painted on the old brass knob, lock and hinges.
patina front door with annie sloane chalk paint on outside, chalk paint, doors, painting
My front door doesn't face the street so this is more the first look coming up the steps.
patina front door with annie sloane chalk paint on outside, chalk paint, doors, painting
I didn't like the typical brass knocker I had and decided to Repurpose and put something else together.

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  • Teri Broberg
    on Nov 30, 2014

    Your crown of thorns is a nice addition.

  • HoopHasIt
    on Dec 2, 2014

    Thanks @Nikki and @Teri Broberg I really enjoy how different it is. My neighbors never know what I will do next!

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