If you've ever wondered how to paint your old, outdated furniture, well then today's post is for you!
At Ramshackled Treasures we are big fans of turning the ugly into something chic and the unwanted into a desirable one-of-a-kind treasure!
First, let's talk about your paint options. There is a variety of different types of products out there, but our favorites are...drum roll pleeease!
Country Chic Paint
Country Chic Paint is a chalk and mineral based paint that is specifically designed for DIYers with a love for refinishing furniture and home decor. This fabulous paint is VOC FREE and contains no harmful solvents.
Applying Country Chic paint couldn’t be easier - whether you want to make a new piece look old or transform an old look with new color and style, you will love the beautiful smooth matte finish and all the delicious color choices. If you want to distress your piece, then this is the best paint for the job. You will love how simple it is to create a shabby chic look with Country Chic Paint.
The best part? There’s very little prep work with Country Chic paint, only fabulous results!
Websters Chalk Paint Powder
Websters is a mix of all natural ingredients that can be added to your favorite latex paint-any brand, and color. Websters can transform any brand of latex paint into a durable chalkboard surface, great for walls and crafting. It changes an ordinary piece of furniture into an heirloom by simply applying a polyurethane or wax finish.
All classes are taught by our beautiful shop owner, Stacey!
We understand that applying brush to furniture isn't as easy for some people as it is for others. Sometimes you just need a boost of confidence. After one of our three hour paint workshops you will be painting like a pro!
You will learn to...
-Properly prep your furniture
-Use Country Chic Paint & Websters Chalk Paint Powder products
-You will be taught 3 painting techniques as well as painting a take home project
-You will also receive 15% off any paint or paint accessories within a week of the class
-Classes are taught in our workshop with small class sizes to give everyone the best experience possible!
Click here to register for our workshop!
Our next Painting 101 class is February 7th and our Cabinet Painting class on February 11th! Be sure to keep checking our site's workshop page for all our upcoming classes!