Some inspirational blogs on adding decals to furniture
This article is about adding water decals to furniture, one of the print transfer techniques.
If you ever did any shabby chic makeover, or you are planning to, this post is for you.
As you perhaps know we specialize in print transfers. Right now our favourite is screen printing but previously we, without any false modesty, mastered transferring water decals to furniture (just have a look at one of our finest works, Shabby Chic Nest of Tables no. 11).
However – there was a day when we didn’t know a thing in this subject. And – surprisingly – there weren’t much information online about it either. It took us a long time to create our own techniques, including use of water decals.
Luckily it starts to change. Continue reading
Custom work: Shabby Chic Nest of Tables with Print Transfer
This vintage nest of tables is quite alike other set of shabby chic furniture with print transfer we did in a past, just click at our Vintage Shabby Chic Nest of Tables No. 11 to compare.
We were lucky enough to be commissioned by an overseas customer for a shabby chic makeover of nesing tables in a style of our Nest no. 11 , with Graphics Fairy’s ‘Vins & Spiritueux’ vintage advert.
Then we were incredibly lucky to find a similar nest two days later, for literary next to nothing. Continue reading
Custom work: Shabby Chic Makeover with Print
This bureau was made to order for a returning customer.
There is nothing sweeter as a returning customer, I must say.
Returning customer is a living valuation of your work. And it is a positive valuation.
Custom work: Vintage Wardrobe with Mesh – Shabby Chic Makeover
There it is – yet another custom shabby chic makeover.
By accident we became owners of this quite old wardrobe. After resting in our waiting room for more than half a year we have been commissioned to turn it into a chalk painted treasure.
Custom work: Shabby Chic Furniture Makeover
So we were commissioned once.
This time – what a surprise! – for a shabby chic furniture makeover, or more precisely for a re-makeover of a previously painted writing bureau to transform it into a stunning piece with a mirror and brass ornaments.