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Annie Sloan CHALK PAINT® on Main Street, Catskill

January 26, 2016

painted_piece.pngRepurposing old furniture with Annie Sloan CHALK PAINT® is a global phenomenon, but did you know that there is a licensed retailer for the products and an expert in using them right here in Greene County? 

The Painted Piece at 393 Main Street in Catskill is what Annie Sloan Ltd., defines as a ‘Stockist’ – A small, independent store-front business licensed to not only sell their one-and-only registered Chalk Paint, but also provide workshops on its many uses, and how to get the best results. 

painted_piece2.pngThe store’s founder, Cathy Hennessey, owned a second-home in Greene County long before opening her business. The Painted Piece provides a brick & mortar location where customers can find paint and supplies, attend workshops, or even purchase furniture, shelving, and frames with the warm and inviting CHALK PAINT® finish.       

Outside the store, Cathy conducts seminars and workshops in refurbishing old furniture at galleries, studios, and meeting spaces across Greene and surrounding counties. She finds that the hands-on interaction painted_piece3.pngshe shares with loyal Annie Sloan enthusiasts feeds the creative process, and the result is a wonderful painted piece!

For convenience, customers can also order the full line of paint and supplies from her on-line store, but don’t let that keep you from stopping by for new ideas and a friendly visit.

 

To learn more about The Painted Piece, and get great ideas on how to refurbish old furniture and findings, or to place an order on-line go to http://www.thepaintedpiece.net/

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