Our furniture painting classes are temporarily on hold as we do our part to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. Please sign up for our newsletter and we will let you know when our classes resume.
Our next Learn How to Paint Furniture Class is scheduled for:
Class begins at 1 p.m. and goes to approximately 5 p.m.
(includes all supplies plus a project you complete in class)
All Things New Again in Leesburg offers the most comprehensive hands-on Learn How to Paint Furniture Class in Northern Virginia.
If you are new to painting furniture, this class is a great place to start. We teach the basics plus several advanced techniques. If you are an experienced painter and want to learn new finishes to enhance your projects using chalk and mineral paints, this class is for you too.
We use Dixie Belle Paint Company products, the beautiful line of no-VOC chalk/mineral paint we sell here at the shop. Most of the techniques you learn can be created with other brands of chalk paints as well.
Students will receive a 10% discount on all paint purchases made the day of class.
Learn How to Paint Furniture Class
You will learn and practice numerous techniques, including:
- 1- and 2-color application
- Distressing techniques
- Blending basics
- Stenciling + Raised Stencils
- Creating a weathered look on new wood
- Dry brushing
- Gilding waxes
- Choosing the best product to seal your project
The current project for our Learn How to Paint Furniture Class is a coat/jewelry rack. Students choose their hooks, paint color(s) and favorite technique(s) they learned in class to paint a pretty rack to take home and enjoy.
Here are a few of the racks our students painted recently.
Our customers ROCK! Check out this blog post and this one to see the great projects some of our students went home and painted!
Space is limited to 6 students per class to ensure individualized attention.
Advanced payment is required to reserved your spot!
We understand things come up. We will work with you to re-schedule if you contact us before the class date. However, no-shows are non-refundable.