Custom Furniture Painting

Are you surrounded at home by old dark, drab furniture?
or perhaps even worse, dated orangey pine furniture?

Paint is a wonderful way to bring new life to your furniture.





Instead of getting rid of your old furniture, why not have it painted? I provide a custom painting service that will transform and revitalise your furniture. To obtain a quote for me to paint your furniture, please email me a photo and dimensions of your piece. Pickup and Delivery may be possible also.

If you look at my Portfolio and For sale page then you will see my signature style of a French look in either crisp white or muted neutrals but I will work with you and am able to give you the look you want to fit in with your house d├ęcor or even give you a new look.

My painted furniture has a durable finish that is easily cleaned with a damp soapy cloth. I have many happy customers.











14 comments:

  1. Gorgeous new look! Great job. I work for a social media site that’s all about houses/homes http://www.housenet.com.au/. We are about to release an online renovation tool soon. Would you use something like this?

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  2. Great work on these pieces! I must say I wouldn't have known that these are old stuff after you polished them. Thanks for sharing! -Patrick Tan

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  3. Hi - I'd like a wardrobe with mirrors no more than 58cm deep and 90cm wide (height not a problem) any chance you can keep an eye out for one and transform it with your magic?

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  4. Hi I would like to know if there is anything you have to do to Bali wood before you use the chalk paint or can you simply paint over it

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    1. Definitely prime with a shellac bSed primer such as Zinsser

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  5. Hi. Love your website. I live in Ireland and just love all your furniture! I'm about to embark on painting a mahogany cupboard with Annie Sloan's Paris Grey. This is for my niece's new home so I really appreciate the tips on your site. Thanks so much. Wish me luck!

    Mary O'C

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  6. Hi Your repainted furniture looks great. I'm about to do some early settler style and am wondering if you use matt or low sheen paint and what colour, as there are a lot of "whites"? Or are these all the chalk paints? I'm in Queensland in an old Queenslander with light cream walls so probably want a really pale cream or off white.

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  7. Hi Your repainted furniture looks great. I'm about to do some early settler style and am wondering if you use matt or low sheen paint and what colour, as there are a lot of "whites"? Or are these all the chalk paints? I'm in Queensland in an old Queenslander with light cream walls so probably want a really pale cream or off white.

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  8. Love your work... I'm inspired! :)

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