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Annie Sloan Chalk Paint

GAM is proud to be an official stockist of 
Annie Sloan Chalk Paint®!

Annie Sloan's unique furniture paint, Chalk Paint®, has revolutionized the world of decorative painting, and you can start your "upcycling" journey at GAM. We love working with Annie Sloan products and are happy to show you how to transform your own treasures!

Furniture, shelving, and even the staircase and railing in our store have been revamped with Annie Sloan's products and creative techniques to show off Chalk Paint®'s versatility. 

Quick, easy and reliable, Chalk Paint® rarely requires preparation, like sanding or priming. It can be used indoors or outside to transform most any surface — wood, metal, flooring, fabric, brick, concrete, glass and more.


It's fool-proof: just paint, wax and done! 


Inspired by 18th and 20th Century decor and design, the shades in the Chalk Paint® color palette mix to suit any style. GAM stocks all of Annie Sloan's colors and waxes, along with her special varieties of brushes, sanding pads, color wheels, mixing mats, and inspirational books — everything you need to create, restore and transform.

Embrace the art of colorful living

Visit Greeneville Antique Market, 117 W. Depot St., to see our full range of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint® colors and supplies. We carry everything you need to get inspired and begin transforming your home and decor.


GAM owners and sisters Vickie, left, and Becky, right, 

with Annie Sloan, center.

Get General Finishes at GAM!

Since 1928, General Finishes has been America's leader in innovative, water-based finishes. Greeneville Antique Market is proud to be an official retailer, offering General Finishes Water Based Stains, Gel Stains and top coats. 

GF's Water Based Stains provide workability similar to oil-based stains, but

spread easily, can be repaired, blend effortlessly and have plenty of open time. These high-quality pigments produce rich, dark, uniform colors on hard-to-stain woods like maple and pine. They're low odor, low VOC, clean up with water and are noncombustible. 

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