DIY Classes at Rescued Furnishings are back! We have taken a few weeks off to get ready for the BIG spring DIY event!
(10 spots left!)
But- we have 3 DIY classes in March that you will want to check out. Our very popular gel stain class is back on March 23rd and our furniture painting class is March 27th! Our gel stain class is cabinet focused but can be applied easily to refinishing anything. You receive an piece of unfinished and finished wood and learn how to do both! Our furniture painting class features snacks and wine and of course you get to bring your own piece of furniture to paint!
You can sign up for either class, here.
We have also combined the two by popular request!
Come learn from someone who has been in several kitchens. Believe it or not, you learn something new in almost every kitchen. Even as a professional painter, who thought I had seen it all, kitchens STILL teach me things. There are some things you can only learn by actually doing it, and we want to pass that on to you!
Kitchen Cabinet Painting Class
Your kitchen cabinet painting class is going to kick off with a bang Saturday March 21st. Every attendee will receive a cabinet door to get hands on with. We will go over prep work, painting, glazing, sealing, distressing and more. If it is cabinet related we are going to talk about it. We are going to show you what works, what doesn’t, and real life cabinet samples in the flesh! We will have a presentation and a booklet for you to take home. The booklet will contain pictures and information on all the supplies you need and helpful cabinet tricks. These are things we have learned through being on the job site that we want to pass on to you!
While we keep our kitchen cabinet services priced reasonably and way below what a new wood kitchen would cost we know not everyone has the money. If you have the time and want to tackle your kitchen yourself, this class is for YOU! But, we don’t want you to tackle it without a wealth of knowledge. The worst thing that can happen is to spend WEEKS on your own kitchen (yes, mine took 6 wks the first time I did one
….I have learned A LOT since then!) and for you to not use the right products or follow a true and tested process. We get calls MONTHLY to fix cabinet jobs and let me tell you…it is MORE expensive to fix a botched cabinet job than do it right the first time.
But if you want to jump in, come check out our new class!