Local Find: WOOD ICING {Stockist of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint}

Can you believe it? Right here in my own backyard this whole time!!

I’m a St. Louis girl and have been looking for some time for an Annie Sloan Chalk Paint stockist. Anyone who reads my blog knows that I’m a HUGE fan! I’ve done a couple projects using this product, including my recent old white sewing desk, duck egg blue end table and driftwood style magazine rack using a combination of paris grey and country grey….and many, many more!

Well, now I have a source for Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (and so much more) right here in St. Louis!

Wood Icing is located in Chesterfield Mall on the second floor next to Sears.

Trust me… once you enter this place, you won’t want to leave!

Wood Icing is owned by Rose Wilde (left) and Heather Haymart. These women are absolutely WONDERFUL and will help you with any question you may have!

My favorite part of their store? The HUGE Annie Sloan Chalk Paint display of course! They have every color in stock, YIPPEE!

Can’t decide on a color or scared to commit to an entire pint of paint? Try one of the tester pots! Reasonably priced and usually enough to finish a small size piece of furniture!

Wood Icing also has color charts, dark and clear wax and all the brushes you might need. Definitely a one stop shop!

Another fabulous product they have that I REALLY want to try? Giani Granite! Don’t spend money on brand new countertops when you can transform them with this fast and easy product.

I’ve never used the brand Wood Icing before, but I’m excited to try it! It’s a faux technique and refinishing product used to transform furniture, cabinets or artifacts into custom creations.

Never used these products before and need some help? Wood Icing in Chesterfield Mall offers WORKSHOPS! Yes, in the back of the store!! The space is absolutely amazing and the prices are extremely affordable! Plus all the supplies are included in the course price. Click HERE for details!

Uh yeah, they create some FANTASTIC stuff! It’s incredible just to walk through their store and get your creative juices flowing!

Plus Wood Icing also features various artists on their gallery walls. LOVE this idea!

Trust me, once you enter this store, it’s hard to leave!! They have everything the creative girl (or guy) could possible want.

Visit their store at Chesterfield Mall on the upper level next to Sears or online at www.chesterfield.woodicing.com.

OH, and here’s a list of the upcoming workshops. You can also visit their website  for more information!


When you visit tell Wood Icing,
tell them you heard about their store on How to Nest for Less!

Comments

  1. says

    The first project I did in our house – on closing date, no less – was painting the kitchen and bathroom counters with giani countertop paint. 9 months later it still looks amazing. The only thing that takes it off, we’ve found, is sugar free raspberry preserves. Weird, I know. It was super easy, but requires some good curing time so be prepared to have an alternative prep space available for about a week. I blogged about it! too, of course :)

    • howtonestforless says

      I’ve definitely been debating using it, Bri! and yes, very strange that you know Sugar Gree Raspberry Preserves takes it off :) Heading over now to see your before/after post!

  2. says

    Okay I have to ask…I am hearing all these rave reviews on chalk paint….what is the exact lure of it? Is it the finish, how easy it is to distress? What sets it apart from a regular paint?? I need to get my hands on some of this stuff to try it out…

  3. says

    I’m from Old Town St Charles Mo. I have been to wood Icing lot’s of time but if you know anything about this area, from Chesterfield Mall to Old Town St Charles Mo is a bit far so I have taken to ordering all my Annie Sloan Paints online. I wish we had a dealer for Annie Sloan in Saint Charles MO

  4. Kathy Otto says

    I love Wood Icing…….and now Rose has all the workshop tabletops painted different colors of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint!!! sooooo pretty! Heather ……LOVE my painting, it is on the wall in the entry foyer so I can look at it every time I come in the door or go up the stairs!!!! Finally!!!

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