So, this is the fun part
There are 2 parts to finishing your furniture
The first is picking your color and the second is the distressing level you like. All interior furniture is finished with wax and hand buffed to a matte shine. Furniture made for outdoor use is finished with a Marine Grade Exterior finish. For a FREE quote- email me your furniture pictures at email@example.com
Picking your color…
So many colors are available so bring it on and lets see how we can change that drab wood furniture into a gorgeous piece of furniture
let your creativity run wild!
Send pictures of your furniture to firstname.lastname@example.org
for a free quote
You can check out ideas for your furniture HERE
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Picking your distressing level…
For a FREE quote- email me your furniture pictures at email@example.com
Basically you can lightly distress, where edges, corners, and handle/knob areas are sanded (anywhere that would normally get wear and tear). Dark wax is uses sparingly to age it a bit
Or you can heavily distress, giving your piece a super vintage look. Dark wax is used more generously. Here are two examples
Add a Saltwash Finish…
New!! Saltwash is a finish, invented to create a unique weather worn, textured, layered sun and salt air soaked look, just like you find in an old beach cottage.
Just request a Saltwash finish combined with any color. Two different colors can be used for added depth. *Saltwash finishes are an additional charge
Lets get started
Send me a picture of your furniture @seasidebeachhome and I can email you a FREE quote.
I feedback so if you have any questions or ideas, please share
F.Y.I. I do not strip furniture that is painted already. Currently, I only paint on wood/stained furniture
Hand Painted furniture is a unique process. I use a brush to paint all surface so no factory finish paint sprayers are used. Due to this, no two pieces will be exactly the same. techniques used to achieve a specific finish vary and are original to the piece of furniture being painted. These paints produce a vintage look to your furniture and do not always provide solid coverage. Some under tones may show through