Every year starting in the spring our custom painting schedule starts to fill up with furniture that have one thing in common - they’re going to a beach house. Painting beach house furniture is fun because for a lot of people, the beach house is less formal, more fun, and the decorating is a little more colorful. However, you don’t need a house at the beach to love the coastal look. The casual feel is so comfortable that this style is at home just about anywhere. READ MORE
Blog Post: The Rustic Painted Cabinet
Paul has a thing for color. We both do, really. But Paul rarely thinks in terms of whites and neutrals. When he sees a great piece of furniture, his gut almost always says, “put color on it.” I’ve often written and spoken to people about how we purchase furniture that we like but we won’t do anything to it until one of us has a clear vision of what it should look like – or at least a clear vision of how it should start. As a result, some furniture gets painted right away and others sit for a while. Sometimes a couple of years... (READ MORE)
Blog Post: The Copper Top Piece
This week we finished a new piece and it’s generating a lot of questions…What paint color is that? How did you do the copper? What was it finished with? So, in today’s post we’ll break it down for you and explain just how we created this look.