Furniture Painting

My mom and I have been painting furniture for nearly a decade now. Over the years we have have painted hundreds of pieces of furniture for clients, for resale and for our own homes. In the process we have learned a lot. We can achieve many unique finishes. From super shinny, high gloss, including lacquer, to rustic, chippy and weathered. We can create whatever look you desire. We also dabble in some furniture re-finishing.

Products we recommend: We have a huge selection of Sherwin Williams color samples at our store. If you want help selecting the right color and type of paint for your project we are happy to help. Dunn Edwards, Benjamin Moore and Vista Paints are all high quality paints that we like to work with. You can bring your own paint or choose from our selection.

Our process: The process sometimes changes depending on the type of finish you want to achieve, but one thing never changes. We always thoroughly scrub all of the furniture we paint in order to remove dirt, grime, dust and other impurities from the surface that would prevent paint from adhering well. We also always thoroughly sand all of the furniture using a fine grit sandpaper. Sanding creates a tooth for the paint to stick to.

Getting a quote:If you are interested in having a piece of furniture painted please email me for a quote. For the most accurate quote please included dimensions, up close shots of any damage that needs repair, and a detailed description of the look you want to achieve. If you have inspiration photos those would be great too. deana@alchemyfineliving.com

A few samples of our work:

 

2 Responses to Furniture Painting

  1. shelly says:

    I love you work! Do you ever spray a clear coat after glazing? Thanks

  2. Deana says:

    Thanks Shelly!! I have never done a clear coat over glazing, but I have sprayed a clear coat over a high gloss paint to add extra shine to it. Clear polyurethane sprays really easy and nicely.

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