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Want to learn How to Paint Furniture? You are in the right place!
Tanglewood Sue: Funiture Artist & Extreme Color Enthusiast
I get a lot of questions about what sets me distinct as a furniture designer. To begin, I’d want to point out that I’ve never restricted my design work to just furniture. My upcycling odyssey began with furniture, but I didn’t stop there. From furniture-making to other artistic efforts, everything that I’ve learned has been useful to me.
The other distinction is that, while I enjoy using outlandish color combinations, I’m more interested in figuring out how to make those colors work together magically.
That’s not all, either. I’m open to trying new things, and I encourage you to do the same. #Whatif I painted my asphalt driveway? #What if I used a leaf blower to paint my floors? The possibilities are endless, and so is my curiosity.
What’s more, each of my paintings has been painted with a heavy dose of experimenting in mind.
The only thing I love more than figuring out a new painting approach is teaching it to others. So make sure you follow me on all my upcycling adventures and always be ready to ask “#WhatIF???”
How to Paint Furniture
Many of you came across my site because you, too, want to learn how to make things rather than buy them. You probably also prefer to set what you make apart by giving it a distinctive paint color or design. Here are some of my favorite posts to help you get started on your creative upcycling journey.
In this post, I wanna introduce you to a total game-changer for furniture upcyclers and furniture artists. Aren’t we all thrilled when we find a roadside rescue with amazing moulding and decorative carvings already intact? It can happen, of course, but not that often. If you are lucky enough to find a free ornate dresser,…
Learn how mastering just one simple shape can help you break through creative barriers with my Daydream Apothecary Neon Paint tutorial.
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