Basic Upholstery:  Paint a chair or stool in one of the Annie Sloan chalk paints of your choice. Then customize it by redoing the upholstery with a patterned or plain fabric. Add some studs for a professional finish. Voilà! You have a new piece made by you! Thursday 12 March, 10.30-3.30.

Découpage: Paint an object or small piece of furniture in one of the Annie Sloan chalk paints of your choice. Learn about the découpage technique and create your own style by decorating your piece with cut-out patterns for a vintage-inspired look. Thursday 19 March, 10.30-3.30.

Restyle your furniture: Do you love the look of painted furniture, but aren’t sure where to begin? There’s nothing like practicing on an actual piece of furniture. Achieve the look you love for your home. Create something beautiful and unique with Chalk Paint, a decorative paint by Annie Sloan: You can try a vintage, rustic or modern finish, and also customize your piece with stencils or gilding. You will learn how to transform a drab piece of furniture into a fabulous new find! All you have to do is bring a small item of furniture with you and start painting!  Saturday 21 March 10.30-3.30; Saturday 4 April 10.30-3.30. 



Workshops are limited to 4 persons to ensure that I can spend as much one-to-one time as possible. All materials, tea/coffee and a light lunch are provided. The workshop costs are from €60.00 to €75.00 per session.

Booking is essential. If you are interested in one of the workshops, or would like to discuss your project, please do not hesitate to contact me  or fill out the contact form. For one-to-one session or groups of up to 6 persons, please do get in touch.



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