Updating old furniture blog
We’re all familiar with this situation – fashions have changed, as they tend to do, and it’s no longer in vogue to have a certain style or piece of furniture.
The large and often dated built-in pieces including wardrobes, storage or shelving units, and bathroom vanity units can begin to look oppressive.
With all of the ‘dirty’ aspects of the work out of the way, for this redecoration project I then completed the decoration of the ceiling, walls and other woodwork in the room.
Now that all of the preparation is complete, I can start to work on the first layer of paint- the Primer.
This step is also repeated immediately prior to each application of paint.
We asked John Worsley – a professional painter and decorator from Oakwood Painting, for his top 5 reasons that his clients choose to paint their fitted furniture.
John kindly leads us through his process; start to finish, of redecorating and transforming a fitted piece of furniture.
As a part of my painting and decorating business I often carry out projects for hand-painting kitchens and built-in furniture.
When choosing paints with Holman’s they can tint to almost every colour card and in a variation of gloss levels, so a client can have complete choice over the design and finish of their furniture piece.” I wholeheartedly recommend Tikkurila paints – specifically the Tikkurila Otex Adhesion Primer followed by Tikkurila Helmi Furniture Paint.
These paints create a beautiful finish, with fantastic colour and exceptional adhesion qualities.
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This is a particularly prominent issue in the case of built-in wardrobes, as replacing such items almost always leads to the need to redecorate the entire room.” “Whether you’re inspired by a flawless, sleek or modern finish, or perhaps you prefer to achieve a ‘shabby-chic’ design – you can achieve this by painting your built-in furniture.