Chalk Synthesis Paint Color Palette
Chalk Synthesis Paint is available in many inspiring colors that can be used for a number of different paint techniques. Colors will vary depending on your screen settings. Visit one of our retail locations to view our paint line swatches which will ensure an accurate color representation.
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- Chalk Synthesis
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- Brights (CSP)
The new chic version of the shade easiest described as the dusty rose of the late 80s. Tones of ballet pink meets ivory and beige. The feminine quality of the shade is represented as a pink that has been worn by time.
Our best selling non-neutral shade of ALL TIME! This shade is a force of nature. The deepest blue-green like the depths of the ocean. Pairs well with carbon, whites, and any neutral.
A true Navy Blue that belongs next to Snow Owl, Limestone,and Gray Linen. Lake house living and rustic finish lovers agree, this blue is timeless and rich. White Wash Glaze creates a beachy, sea salt feel to this respectable color. Creates Americana harmony with Republic Red.
The perfect soft white, not too stark, not too creamy. This shade has just enough warmth to feel inviting while still remaining bright. Consider using our Stain Eliminating Primer if painting over wood that is prone to tannin bleed-through.
True and deep, this dark black is perfectly complimented with any of our metallic glaze, or white glaze for a dramatic vintage chalkboard feel. Black or clear wax can also be used to preserved this pigment drenched black.
The deepest vamp shade of black cherry. This rich shade pairs well with black, whites, and purples. It demands attention and is deep and rich.
This shade is the palest pink like a spring peony. A white with the barest whisper of pale pink.
Tropical foliage print, popularized in the 1950s and 60s, inspired this incredible shade of deep, natural green. Think Monstera leaves!
A show stopping peacock blue! Navy with a slight emerald cast create an unforgettable and one-of-a-kind color. Dramatic and demanding attention, it is a gorgeous accent to whites, Gray Linen, Smokey Quartz, and more.
If you love Inkwell you will LOVE Charleston Green. A historic shade of a deep, almost black green!
The TRUE BROWN you all have been asking for! This color works perfectly when used as a wood stain!
A medium-dark, rich turquoise that is a welcome shade of drama and fun. Pair with Peppercorn, Smokey Quartz, Whites, Neptune, and more. Black or Black Walnut Glaze are finishes that create depth when used with this color.
Inspired by our friend at Foxtrot Woodworks & Designs to represent his essence. The woods, vintage military green, nature and honesty. This green has an olive and hunter hue while staying true to the traditional camo fatigues. It is truly the green of the Greatest Generation.
The most versatile of all shades, a greige with equal parts gray and beige to create a tone that lends itself to cool and warm accents equally. Use Black Walnut Wax to warm up this color or Black Wax to create a vintage patina.
The more dramatic counterpart to Gray Linen, a richer shade of greige that is reminiscent of homemade hot cocoa with enough gray to reserve its place as a versatile neutral. With Black Walnut Glaze or Black Hemp Oil Wax, this neutral will reveal unexpected richness.
One of the most loved and best selling colors in the Wise Owl Palette. A truly versatile blue that has a slight turquoise cast while remaining an approachable and very complimentary color to most every shade. Pairs well with all neutrals; Driftwood Glaze has quickly become a favorite finish. Inspired by its namesake, Higgins Lake is a clear and almost Caribbean-looking lake in Michigan.
Merely a whisper of turquoise. The palest blue shade found in aged patinas. Pair it with pops of pastels or alongside neutrals.
The blackest blue there could ever be. This sultry shade of midnight is so heavily pigmented, it is truly blue-black.
This is inspired by the most popular trim colors in homes built today. It truly is a perfect white that is clean and fresh without being too stark.
The perfect turquoise! Just enough green to showcase shades of blue with a slight gray cast to make this an accessible pop of color without being over the top. Black Walnut Glaze and Joyful were meant for each other where vintage patina is desired. Its no secret that this is my personal favorite and it remains one of our best selling colors next to Vintage Duck Egg. It is a versatile color that can be paired with every one of our finishes beautifully.
An off white that is a more appealing, brighter and cleaner shade of creme. Remove the dingy from cream and leave the softness and you have Kashmir!
A whisper of Gray that is on the white spectrum with a hint of cool gray. Vintage Duck Egg is my personal favorite to pair with Limestone. Driftwood wax is a beautiful finish that adds subtle dimension to this shade.
This incredible shade of orange meets red is reminscernt of blood oranges, a color found in the markets and wares of Madrid. It embodies physical energy; it's bright and exciting! Due to the nature of a super pigmented red, use our gray primer for best coverage and brightest finish.
Orange. And we mean ORANGE! This shade was inspired by Karen's fathers 1971 series Landrover named "Mandarina". This shade is essential to create the perfect rust finish and pairs well with turquoise and blues.
Paint is therapy and this gorgeous turquoise is your happy place! Bright, fun, electric, and versatile. Tone down with Black Walnut Glaze for a vintage patina or use Whitewash Glaze to soften this shade. Peppercorn and Begonia are two personal favorites to pair with Mermaid Kiss. This is a bright, energetic pop of color that is simple stunning paired with so many colors. Try it with Antique Red for a surprising harmony.
Camoflage and military fatigues inspired this masculibne shade of green/bronze with foliage undertones. Similar to our shade called Weathervane, but with a hint of olive green.
This gorgeous navy has the perfect amount of gray undertones. It is formal, masculine, and beachy at the same time.
Named after the Loch Ness Monster. Nessie is a medium green; imagine a sophisticated turquoise that lends much more green than blue.
Almost a graphite, this rich gray is a beautiful yet dramatic choice for cabinets and more. A deep, cool gray that is a favorite paired with Higgins Lake, Joyful, and complimented perfectly by our Black Walnut Glaze.
Pale Peony Shabby Chic Pink! This girly shade is a dusty pale spring pink that is timeless and will forever be modern and vintage at the same time. Black Wax adds vintage patina or Gold or Pearl Glaze glamorize this girly favorite.
The richest and most pigmented shade of the deepest blue green. This may be the greatest color of all time! It has to be seen to believe!
A cranberry red that was inspired by a vintage Union Jack Flag. Just enough brightness and red pigment to be attention grabbing with a slight vintage cast to it. Black Glaze adds dimension and brings out more of a vintage finish.
Restoration is a warm sophicated neutral, that coordinates with practically any color or style. It has tones of French latte and creamy beige, making it the perfect elegant color wash. It is timeless. Posh. Chic.
Inspired by nature, this stone-blue gray creates harmony with Limestone, Nebula, Smokey Quartz, or Peppercorn. Black Hemp Oil Wax and White Wash Glaze are just a couple of finishes that create dimension with this natural shade.
A pale blue with brightness like a Robin’s Egg in spring. Complimented by whites, Begonia, Limestone, and Gray Linen. Driftwood Glaze is a finish that adds a subtle dimension.
A color inspired by the raddest shade of magenta from the 1990s. This purple-pinkish hue of neon is pigment drenched and defines "rock on".
Bright cobalt blue that is inspired by Yves Klein blue. This rich shade is eccentric and electric. Pairs well with grays, reds, and whites.
Beachy, salty air inspired this shade of lovely. Gray, blue, green, and white all combine to produce a color that seems to change throughout the day depending on the suns influence. Pair it with Smokey Quartz, Peppercorn, Limestone, Gray Linen, or Snow owl. Pearl glaze can be used to add luminescence without being over the top. Driftwood Glaze adds to the beachy feel.
Perfectly balanced true gray. Just enough cool and warmth to be situated in the middle of the gray spectrum. Accent with peppercorn for 2 toned beauty. It also coordinates with any shade because of its versatility. Try Black Hemp Oil Wax with it for added dimension.
Bright white that is white, extra white, with a side of white! If white is not a color but a lifestyle for you, this is your shade! Use our One Hour Enamel Clear or Varnish to preserve the stark white quality to this clean crisp white. Consider using our Stain Eliminating Primer if painting over wood that is prone to tannin bleed-through.
The perfect fresh olive green. This is not your standard drab olive shade but a lighter, fresher green.
A medium, shabby chic green that is simply lovely. Black Walnut or Black Glaze is a beautiful compliment, but Tourmaline remains a receptive color to all of our finishing products. Any whites and tourmaline pair together to create nostalgia, and paired with petal it may remind you of spring peonies.
Vintage Duck Egg
Green, blue, and gray meet, creating a shade reminiscent of lichen growing on a tree. A beautiful pop of color that is almost on the neutral scale because of the natural shade. An elemental soft green gray often found in nature that is pure perfection paired with all neutrals.