Heritage Collection All in One Chalk Paint painting fabric with a stencil

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Click here to shop Heritage Collection All-in-One Chalk Paint (affiliate links included)

Heritage Collection All in One Chalk Paint painting fabric with a stencil
Stenciling fabric with Heritage Collection “Wedgewood Blue”

I have been a longtime fan of chalk paint. But, I discovered a paint that allows you to skip the prep, including sanding, stripping, priming or waxing. Even better? The paint doesn’t feel like a chalkboard when you’re finished painting. The best yet? The paint is high-coverage, bonding, extremely durable and come in classy, European inspired colors.

Antique Blue Vanity with Scroll Stencil front view
“Wedgewood Blue” with Antiquing Gel in “Weathered Wood” – an antique vanity that I completed in just two hours!

It’s time I really give a shout out to my new favorite paint line. In the summertime, I paint like a madwoman. Last year it was my kitchen cabinets. This year? Furniture.

I’m on my fourth project using Heritage Collection All in One Chalk Style paint. If you’re in the business of painting furniture, you should really investigate Heritage Collection if you haven’t already. I love a speedy paint process, but I’m a stickler for proper prep since we are really rough on paint (especially on high traffic areas like cabinets). I also prefer a high coverage paint. So I can’t help but sing the praises of this all-in-one paint — it saves me so much time! I even painted our laundry room cabinets using Heritage Collection which will surely get a lot of dirty hands and traffic. In fact, it already has (see the photo below). Heritage Collection has such an even, smooth finish.

Farmhouse Laundry Room Makeover Built in Cabinetry and Butcher Block
Our laundry room cabinets in “Iron Gate” — It’s not easy finding a chalk style paint that is a true black…but, this is it!

To quote Heritage Collection’s website:

We developed a paint with a built in bonding primer and a built in wax for the time conscious consumer. That means all of the adhering benefits of a chalk style paint, but without the tedious 2nd step of applying wax which can make traditional chalk painting seem difficult.

dark-table-painted-white-farmhouse-style rolled on
“Cashmere” – the farmhouse style table that I did for a client

Visit Heritage Collection’s Website

Click here to visit Amazon to make a purchase, or visit their Facebook page where they are always posting terrific videos on how to use their paint mediums.

More furniture projects are in the works! Most are for sale and available for local pick up near me! Check out our Snazzy Design Studio for more details.

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  1. Janet Cole says:

    I am so glad I waited to paint my dining room buffet now – I will be trying this for sure!

  2. Sunflower says:

    Jeanette, I ordered this paint to try on a bathroom cabinet. Thanks for the information. Sunflower

    1. I’d love to know what you think of it…I absolutely love it. And the colors are so classy. Good luck with your bathroom project! Keep us posted!

  3. Wow, so many beautiful choices, so little $. I love all of these items posted. You always have lovely pieces to choose from. Love your lundryroom cabinets color.

    1. Ivory, thanks so much! It feels good to have come this far in our home improvement projects!

  4. Hi Jeanette,
    Is the only way to purchase the Heritage Collection chalk paint from Amazon? I am working on many pieces and if I can find a paint that has beautiful colors and not have to wax I would be thrilled!! I like to look at the colors and the swatches but not finding the company online?? I would love to find a retailer that has all the colors but not sure if that is possible.
    Love your website!

    1. Still trying to find it in a local store but I haven find any.

  5. Vicky Terry says:

    Is there a paint to cover a mirrored wall without removing it

  6. Harriette R Nack says:

    Is there any place where I can see the actual paint colors? This is an amazing concept, but I wouldn’t to want to buy without seeing the actual colors.

    1. Jeanette, DIY Blog SnazzyLittleThings.com says:

      I understand that Hariette. There are lots of paints coming out on the market that I also like since I wrote that post. Here is the Heritage retailer map. https://www.allinonepaint.com/find-a-store/ . Another paint I love is DecoArt Satin Enamels which is extremely durable and I used that on my white kitchen cabinets in the previous house.

  7. I believe I seen you painting fabric with this paint? Can I paint a floral couch with your product? If so how durable is it? Thank You