We developed a chalk style 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.On its own, The Heritage Collection’s unique all-in-one formula is sealed and is extremely durable once cured. It adheres to most surfaces, including wood, Formica, glass, ceramic, stone, cement and much more without the need to strip, sand or prime. With 12 European inspired colors that pair together well creating a high-end finish, The Heritage Collection allows you to turn that flea market find into a unique family heirloom.
Monarchy is a bright red color that is perfect when no burgundy undertones are desired. This color is ideal for exterior surfaces such as front doors and shutters.
If you wish to have an antiqued, Pinterest look, add our Weathered Wood Antiquing Gel to your finish.
The 8 oz sample covers approx. 35 sq. ft
The 16 oz pint covers approx. 70 sq. ft
The 32 oz quart covers approx. 140 sq. ft
Note: you may experience tannin bleeds with any paint product. This is most typical in red woods that you are painting a light color. Consider using shellac as a primer in those instances. Nicotine residue may also cause bleed through.
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- Weight: 32 oz
This is a true red! Love it!
This Red is right
I wanted a true red to bring out the ruby veins in my island granite and give my Manor House kitchen a splash of color. Monarchy is the right red!
I love this color. It does not dry super bright. It also makes a nice rusty color when mixed with Iron Gate.
Beautiful color of a true Red. Added a pop of color with my Cobblestone cabinets.
This color is a true Red, a crisp fresh color. I had painted my cabinets in Cobblestone and wanted a pop of color for my kitchen and this did not disappointed.
Pretty color. Learned the hard way that primer is needed for this one.