Do you have an ugly old piece of furniture that you HAVE to keep, but just don't know what to do with?!
Where do I start?
How can I bring new life to this little old piece of furniture?
Do I paint the legs or the top first?
Are you sure I don’t have to sand before painting?
What is this Chalk Paint� stuff anyways?
If any of these thoughts have crossed your mind while looking at your furniture piece then we recommend checking yourself into Furniture Rehab!
This will become your new addiction.
Walk in with a small, old, outdated piece of furniture. Leave with a rehabilitated piece as well as the confidence to tackle your next project on your own. All this achieved in 4 short hours! Amazing!
What will I learn?
During this workshop, one of our artists will guide you through painting, distressing and waxing on your piece of furniture. And while you’re waiting for paint to dry there will be lots of discussion on all of the amazing things you can do with Chalk Paint� by Annie Sloan! Learn everything you need to know about the best paint for refinishing your furniture and accessories.
What do I bring?
Bring along a smallish piece of furniture and we’ll take care of the rest. Smallish can be defined as something that one person can easily carry on their own. For example: A small chair, a small side table, a small treasure chest. Smallish is not a dining room table, a tall dresser, or a piano…you get the idea, right? If you’re not sure just give us a ring and we can chat about your piece.
What is Chalk Paint�?
Chalk Paint� is the unique decorative paint Annie Sloan developed for furniture, floors and walls, drawing on a lifetime of research and experience in working with paint and colour. She chose the name “Chalk Paint” because it was suggestive of its very matt—almost chalky—finish.
Why is Chalk Paint� so great?
Chalk Paint� is our absolute favorite paint because it is so fun and easy to use. It effortlessly sticks to almost any surface without sanding or priming, is flexible, adaptable and forgiving. With Chalk Paint� the possibilities for restyling your space are endless.