“I live and work in a converted 19th century coach-house in West Wales near the Preseli Hills.
I studied interior and 3d design in college but mainly concentrate on my long time passion of bringing pieces of furniture back to life.”
Most of my pieces are ‘shabby chic’ or ‘distressed’,
As well as being stylish, shabby chic furniture is generally hard wearing and is even enhanced by the knocks of family life, an important feature if like me you have boisterous children.
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Caring for your painted furniture
Your newly painted furniture needs to cure for up to 30 days, please treat it with great care during this period.
Use a soft microfiber cloth for buffing and cleaning for the first 30 days, after this time a damp cloth can be used.
Avoid all chemical cleaners.
Use coasters and heat pads to avoid damage.
Keep sharp or abrasive objects from the surface.
Felt pads under lamp bases and other decor is recommended.
Avoid extreme heat and excessive moisture.
If treated with respect your painted furniture will give you enjoyment for many years to come.