We’re soaking up the very last of the fairer weather and trying to make the most of the nice days. One of the things we like to do (and recommend doing) in the open air is painting wooden furniture. Obviously this is a project best undertaken on a day when it’s not likely to rain, and doing so also offers a level of safety when it comes to some of the fumes you might be dealing with. The good news is that prepping and painting your wooden furniture is simple and quick! We have a variety of wooden paints available, and using our Colourmix service you can choose from thousands of shades in our interior wood formula. The following article will cover how to prep your wooden furniture for painting.
We always feel honoured when you choose to use Crown Paints in your home. We love seeing your gorgeous creations and the ways in which you make Crown your very own. We thought we’d share a few lovely home projects with you that some of our very talented customers have completed in recent months. We’ve already shown you Paul Kinsella’s stunning Mobile Home Makeover in West Cork, and this week we have another gorgeous project from Stephanie Daly of @interiorsx2 (be sure to follow for some fantastic inspiration). The kitchen is surely the heart of the home, and we love seeing designs that embrace colour in the kitchen- and Stephanie has surely taken the plunge with one of our blue and just-the-right-amount-of-bold shades. Stephanie incorporated the colour perfectly and, as you’ll see below, it has had an instant impact on the space. Stephanie clearly has a strong eye for colour and we think this stylish addition to her home is an excellent choice that perfectly mixes classic and contemporary. Read on to find out what she had to say about the process!