I believe in long term design value for your home, which I achieve by selecting quality pieces and through timeless design, and an extensive knowledge of painting and finishing techniques.

I use a combination of special techniques to create unique pieces of furniture.

Find out more about these techniques below and see examples of them in use.

If you want to commission a piece of furniture, please think about which effects you would like to be used. I can advise on which combinations work best together to produce truly striking pieces of furniture for your home.

  • Decoupage
    Decoupage is the art of decorating with paper. The word découpage comes from the French verb découper, 'to cut out'. The découpage technique can be used to personalise almost any item in your home and the great thing is that the designs can be as simple or as complex as you like.
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  • Stenciled table
    Furniture stencils transform plain or tired furniture into something fresh and unique.
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  • Distressing
    Distressing is the activity of making a piece of furniture or object appear aged and older. Different grades of sandpaper are used to rough up the furniture's painted surfaces and edges. You can't have shabby chic without a bit of distressing, and it really is what makes each piece of furniture truly unique.
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