How to Paint Vintage and Antique Furniture
At BB Frösch we believe in leaving people and furniture better than we find them. When it comes to antiques and vintage pieces, sometimes they are best appreciated exactly as they are! However, often times age, neglect and years of damage call for an update in the form of paint! Because of their unique characteristics (like age and damage), these older pieces occasionally need a little extra TLC to achieve the best results. In this course you will learn from expert furniture refinisher, Dani Wrishko, how to transform antiques and vintage pieces that have seen better days into gorgeous pieces worthy of gracing your home or flipping for top dollar.
Upon purchase, you will receive two emails--an order confirmation email as well as an email from BB Frösch University. This second email contains the link to access your course, so please double-check to make sure the email you enter at checkout it accurate!
Danielle Wrishko aka Dani
Dani focuses on painting quality vintage statement furniture items. She loves re-designing unloved old furniture into statement items for the home. Her niche painting styles are colorful, sometimes neutral, a lot of times pink, sassy yet always classy. She will teach you everything you could possibly know about the furniture painting business - from fixing damages in your furniture prior to painting to lining your drawers, painting furniture in cutting edge and consistent ways that will take the guesswork out of it, and taking amazing photos of your products so you can get top dollar for your work!
Make sure to check out all of the courses she has to offer at BB Frosch University and stay tuned for more upcoming courses in the future!
FAQ Quick Picks
• Can I mix with any paint? Yes. BB Frösch works with any latex or acrylic paint.
• Does this work for floors? Yep! And cabinets, and fabric, and metal and more...
• Can I paint a previously waxed piece? Absolutely!
• Can I seal with poly instead of wax? Sure!
• Can I paint laminate without sanding? Yes, but scuffing with sandpaper helps, and add a little extra powder for bonding.
Check out our Main FAQ Page for detailed answers and more!