Update your style by painting old furniture.

This is a topic that really excites us, painting out your old furniture.

Not only is it a sustainable option, the options are virtually endless.  You have an open palette, which means you can use ANY paint colour you would like.  A much more versatile option than shopping in a store and having only a few colours to choose from.  This may be the perfect way to bring a bold pop colour to the room, perhaps a colour from pillows, drapes, artwork and accessories.


We suggest finding a piece that has great bones. Don't worry about the hardware, that can be sprayed or replaced with new ones.  With our Advance paint, you can now paint over melamine, wood and old oil base paint.

We selected a few pieces to inspire you and get your colour juices flowing.

1385627_10151972514656323_494077344_nAbove: Cornwallis Red CW-315 in ADVANCE, high gloss Benjamin Moore

IMG_1722We love the turquoise table mixed with the creamy white chairs. A much fresher look than all wood.

Screen Shot 2013-10-22 at 1.48.25 PMThis is a perfect before/after example of how old dated shelving can be transformed with paint. The hardware got sprayed with some gold spray paint and voila!


Screen Shot 2013-10-22 at 2.23.23 PMWho would have thought this old boring side table could look so great?

5d2bd4646c23db2c6ce48acfe8a64b17This is so fun, painting out and old table in a fun coral tone. A perfect idea for your home or cottage.

Screen Shot 2013-10-22 at 2.43.32 PMThis makeover is night and day different. We love how Lolly Jane painted them out and sanded the edges for an old world feel.  

Screen Shot 2013-10-22 at 3.20.26 PMThis dated wood dresser is barely recognizable after this facelift, check out the transformation here

Looking for a furniture refinisher in the Oakville area?

Local artist/refinisher Emma Dadd's business Arabesque Fine Refinishing is breathing in new life to old dated furnishings. She has her own selection of pre-finished furniture that you can purchase and she also does custom orders.

Click here to visit her website.