That elusive khaki grey of old French furniture. French Linen is shown here on a dresser set against a wall of Scandinavian Pink with a drawer interior painted in Louis Blue. It is the perfect foil for deeper colors and would be equally at home in a seaside cottage or a drawing room in Paris. French Linen is shown on the color board mixed with Old White from one part Old White to four parts Old White to French Linen. What an amazing palette.
Posted by LMMD on 17th Feb 2015
I can see why this paint is more expensive than most. It goes on nicely. I used brush and roller to paint an old oak table. Came out beautiful after 2 coats. Doesn't show brush marks. Used the Granite and Linen colors.
Posted by laura on 20th Aug 2014
It didn't cover as much as everyone was bragging about. expensive..., but I liked the color. I just wish they carried it in the local stores around here instead of having to wait a week for the paint and paying $20.00 S/H. Why isn't it in stores? It seems like it would do well that way.
Posted by Unknown on 31st Aug 2013
Like the qualities of the paint but its very expensive. Not sure its that much better than a flat latex.
Posted by Kelli on 23rd Jul 2013
I'm redoing my kitchen cabinets with French Linen and they are looking beautiful! Although, I will never do my own cabinets again....lol....I'm very pleased with the way it's turning out!!
Posted by Unknown on 5th Jul 2013