RePurposed, ReStored, ReLoved FURNITURE
Painting an old piece of wood furniture you want to change up is not only affordable, but will give you a High End look on a low budget.
Maybe its a dresser or bed frame, a buffet or dining table, coffee or end table, even mirror frames. Give it a new look… like I paid a lot of money for it look!!
You will absolutely love my furniture painting techniques creating a vintage, beach, or farmhouse style in your home. Also, you can choose distressing options and color selections to match just about any color in your interior decor.
Easy-Breezy! Get ready for a big change now with these easy steps
1) Check out all of my furniture painting finish options below
2) Send over a picture of your furniture along with your style preferences like color and desired finish
3) Get your FREE quote!
4) Your furniture arrives back home
5) SHOW IT OFF!
Clients can chose colors for the current paint lines I work with for their interior furniture; Chalk Paint by Annie Sloan, Fusion Mineral Paint, Miss Mustard Seed, and General Finishes.
Click color chart image below for larger view. If you find a color you love then get your FREE quote
Clients can opt for light distressing, where edges, corners, and handle/knob areas are sanded (anywhere that would normally get wear and tear). Less or more Dark Wax can be used, depending on the final look you want
And for clients that are looking for heavy distressing, this will give your piece a super vintage look while dark wax can be used more generously.
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For clients that would like to move forward with the project, we will send you a contract and 50% of the cost is due at the time the contract is complete. Finally we will secure your appointment. Please send back your complete contract with the deposit. We also except all major credit cards for your convenience. So lets get started!
Most project take 1-4 weeks depending on the size and our schedule
For a FREE quote- Send me a picture and style preferences using my Contact Form HERE
Hand Painted furniture is a unique process. I use a brush to paint all surface so no factory finish paint sprayers are used. Furthermore, 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