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Q&A’s Bonus Episode- Furniture Painting 101

Q&A’s Bonus Episode- Furniture Painting 101

I compiled a list of the most asked questions, during the Furniture Painting 101 video series, and thought it would be helpful to provide the answers to you in a blog post. I hope these answers help, and if you have any other questions, just ask in the comments. I...

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How to Start and Run a Profitable Furniture Flipping Business   Terri Stovall shares her nearly two decades of experience in successfully owning a furniture painting business, from the best sources for finding pieces to paint, best paints to use, how to handle...

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Pricing For Profit Episode 8 of Furniture Painting 101

Pricing For Profit Episode 8 of Furniture Painting 101

Welcome to the last episode of Furniture Painting 101. We did a covered a little on this topic in episode 2. For this episode, I will be sharing in greater detail how to price your pieces for profit. The Pricing Formula Over the years  I have tried a few different...

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Easy To Apply Painted Furniture Transfers

Easy To Apply Painted Furniture Transfers

So you have finished painting your furniture project…and you think to yourself, this project needs a little something more! Has that ever happened to you?

Easy to apply painted furniture embellishments, commonly called transfers, now there is a great solution!

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Topcoat & Finishes-Furniture Painting 101 Episode 6

Topcoat & Finishes-Furniture Painting 101 Episode 6

Paints, that have a binder or topcoat built-in, such as wall paint like Sherwin Williams Paint, will not need a topcoat, as they have a latex binder built in that seals the paint. Dixie Belle & Silk all-in-one paints that have an acrylic base with binders and minerals that can absorb the extra topcoat, so they do nit necessarily require a topcoat, but will accept one, which will toughen the finish. These paints are still porous,  and give us the opportunity to have some fun and use decorative finishes.

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Prep and Tools of The Trade-Furniture Painting 101-Episode 3

Prep and Tools of The Trade-Furniture Painting 101-Episode 3

Prep and Tools Of The Trade Welcome to Episode 3 of Furniture Painting 101! I hope you have found episodes 1 & 2 to be a helpful guide to get started in your furniture painting adventures. Today in Episode 3, we will be discussing the prep and tools of the trade....

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Furniture Painting 101: Episode 2 Finding and Choosing Furniture to Paint

Furniture Painting 101: Episode 2 Finding and Choosing Furniture to Paint

The condition is the most important factor when calculating cost and retail pricing. If that piece needs a lot of repairs, you NEED to add that to the cost of the piece. Make sure to inspect the piece with a flashlight before you make the purchase. (Look for mold, bugs, spiders, stains, water spots/damaged veneer.) It is important to know what you are buying, and what it will need for repairs. Have there been previous repairs, is the veneer in need of repair or replacement? What is the market price for that type of piece, will the repairs take you over the market price? Make sure to look at the hardware. It is really expensive to replace all of the hardware, and even more difficult to find or make a matching piece. 

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