Lucky13 Loyalty Reward Program

It’s here! We are so pleased to offer a Loyalty Reward Program for our Chalk Paint® customers. This program is designed to reward the customers that frequently purchase Chalk Paint®. Once you have purchased $500 worth of quarts or tester pots of Chalk Paint® decorative paint Lucky13 will reward you with a $50 credit toward any product or service Artworks offers… at either location! Why “Lucky13″? Because it takes 13 quarts of Chalk Paint® to reach $500 in sales. That’s why.

The $500 can only be accrued purchasing paint – brushes, wax, fabric, books, craqueleur, decoupage, and classes do not figure in to the overall total. Our point of sale system will keep track for you – don’t worry. This program will run for 13 months, from 1/13/14-2/13/15. Subject to program terms & conditions. HAPPY PAINTING!

Artworks Coeur d’Alene is a boutique shop featuring Chalk Paint® decorative paint developed by English artist Annie Sloan. Opening September 1st, 2013, we offer demos using Chalk Paint®, bespoke furniture painted with the fabulous medium, as well as samples of the techniques you’ve come to love from Artworks Spokane! This location will be more retail than design center and feature gifts and home goods for purchase as well as supplies to create your own masterpiece.

Our Summer season store hours are

Sun-Wed 11:00am – 6:00pm

Thursday 11:00am-9:00pm

Fri-Sat 11:00am-7:00pm


Come see us, stroll through the vignettes, and prepare to be inspired!

(208) 665-2726

2049 Main St, Riverstone Village

Coeur d’Alene, ID 83814

More about Chalk Paint®

Annie Sloan developed her now famous Chalk Paint® to answer the need she had for a paint which would have many uses from acting like limewash to looking like old painted furniture and that had a good range of color that could be extended by the user. Easy to work with, this paint allows you to be creative as you don’t get involved with the technicalities of preparation and it also allows you to change your mind without hassle.

Chalk Paint® is a unique, simple, eco friendly, water based paint in 31 decorative and historical colors made specifically for painting cabinets & furniture, floors, and for giving walls a completely matte, velvety, breathable finish. Surfaces need no priming or special preparation other than cleaning as this paint sticks to virtually everything!

This is THE paint to use for the painted French and Swedish look on furniture where the paintwork shows a patina of history. The paint is soft before curing and easy to distress and patinate taking wax to give it a beautiful mellow and protective finish. The colors have been inspired by European 18th century furniture and have been made bright and rich, bearing in mind that they will be darkened with wax. None of the colors except Graphite contain black pigment, allowing for combining colors, further mixing and layering without dulling the finish.

For more information about Chalk Paint® you can also check out these websites: www.anniesloan.com, www.anniesloanunfolded.com and their blog at www.unfoldedblog.com.

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    • Hi Carrie!

      I will happily email you a copy of our workshop schedule complete with a brief description of each workshop. And, to make it easier for the future, I have included a link directly on our workshop page to download the list. Thank you for asking. :) We hope to see you soon!

  2. I spent the weekend in Walla Walla this past weekend at Love of Junk and I was so excited to participate in the paint demo! I loved the paint, the technique and Nancy and the girls were great to answer my questions! I see some paining in my very near future! Thank you ladies!

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