Painting Your Furniture {How-To}

Hey there! How was your weekend?  We had a big birthday party and I can’t wait to share the details with you this week. :)  But today I wanted to give y’all a heads up about a few new ebooks my friend Mandie from Altar’d Designs has written.

Altard Ebook

First up she has re-written her very popular How to Paint Furniture E-book and it includes a better design and updated tips and tricks for painting furniture.

Mandie and her husband just opened up a new shop in Texas and I’d love to visit them one day and look at their masterpieces. They are the real pros when it comes to this stuff. And you can learn to do what they do in this ebook for $10.

The new 2nd e-book is this great read about their Most wanted finishes.

altard ebookMost Wanted Finishes includes recipes to create our top 15 Best Selling finishes for Painted Furniture.

altard ebook

You can purchase this book for just $15 and be on your way to more pretty custom furniture. :) Just click either of the below buttons to order one or both ebooks.


Enjoy!

xxoo,

Decorchick!

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  1. I always love seeing your post and comments on FB and your blogs they truley inspire me. But I do have a question that I can’t seem to get anyone or find an answer on any search tools I have done, so I hope you can help me or lead me in the right direction. My question is, How do you know what antiques NOT to paint? The pieces I pick up on the sides of the roads, grage sales, etc. is no big deal but we have several pieces that have been in my husbands family for several generations. Some of which need to be refinished or sanded and painted. Hope you can help me. Keep the inspirations coming. :)

    • Hi Rita, I’m a believer in loving what you have…not forcing yourself to love it even though it may have been in the family a long time. There’s really no right or wrong answer here but a matter of personal preference. If you’d like to restore the antiques you have that need a little TLC, then go for it. If you want to change the look of it entirely, then you can paint it. Not all wood needs to be painted though, so just do what you love. I guess it can depend on the value of the antiques as well. So hmmm, not sure if this answer helped you or not. haha.

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