What Size Paint Brush Should I choose? Consider the size of the piece you're painting. Annie Sloan's Synthetic and Natural Bristle Brushes have a lot of bristles and therefore they hold a lot of paint, so a large brush can make quick work of a big piece, but that same large brush can make a mess of a small project.
If you're painting a large armoire, chest of drawers, dining table or hutch, selecting a larger brush will make quick work of the project. It may also help to have a small brush on hand for any tight spaces or any detail painting.
For small side tables, chairs, and accessories, choose a smaller brush that can easily get into the corners, between spindles on a chair, or small drawers.
Remember also to choose a brush that's a good fit for your hand.
Natural or Synthetic bristles? Consider the type of finish you'd like to achieve.
perfect for producing a textured, vintage finish. The bristles are strong, yet pliable, and are made of predominately pure bristle with natural split ends, allowing you to paint expressively.
help to produce a smooth, contemporary finish. These brushes are designed to take a large amount of paint and to apply the paint evenly, minimizing brush marks making it a great choice for painting kitchen cabinets.