Decorative Techniques for Furniture painting

    This class in Wandsworth covers the basics of furniture decoration techniques, going above and beyond simply repainting a piece of furniture


    Upcycling class hosted by The Old School Club

    Beginners welcome

    3 hour class

    The Old School Club, Unit 141, Battersea Business Centre, SW11


    What you'll learn

    This class in Wandsworth covers the basics of furniture decoration techniques - going above and beyond simply repainting a piece of furniture, this course shows how to apply different techniques for a truly unique style.

    In this class

    During this course, you will learn;

    • How to paint with stencils
    • How to use glaze
    • How to apply creckle, decoupage and other advanced techniques

    The Decorative techniques class covers:

    • Painting with stencils (plain and textured with Autentico 3D Embossing Terrapieno)
    • Creating your own design and learn how to decoupage
    • How to use Autentico Crackle with two colours
    • How to obtain a distressed finish with sand paper and wet cloth

    We supply you with a wooden board to learn the techniques on or you may choose to bring your own pieces, such as:

    • Wooden trays and boxes
    • Wine boxes
    • Crates
    • Other materials such as papier mache, clay or metal

    Now you can

    • Redesign those boring pieces of furniture you have been meaning to replace
    • Get the family together for weekend restyling projects
    • Experiment with techniques to find your unique style

    Did you know?

    The world's largest painted wooden block mural is 45.5 square feet and is in Dubai, it was completed by Majid Al Futtaim in April 2016.


    Class location

    The Old School Club, Unit 141, Battersea Business Centre, Battersea

    99-109 Lavender Hill

    SW11 5QL

    London


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    About your host, The Old School Club

    A creative club to learn skills, make unique creations and feel inspired.

    The Old School Club is a welcoming creative hub, based in Battersea, South West London. The founder, Inma Goodhew, is part-time mother of two children, part-time creative visionary. Growing up in an environment where everything was handmade, personalised and familiar, her inventive upbringing lead to a passion for sharing her skills with others. Yet Inma hit a frustrating block, where, on maternity leave, she wanted to take some creative classes but there was nowhere in London aimed at parents with children. so Inma formed a sewing club and hired babysitters to look after the babies whilst the mums were learning and making. This started to grow into something much bigger, much quicker than Inma could imagine; from a network of young mothers to a devoted community, breeding creativity.

    Inma found that making things for herself, her family and her home allowed her to learn, improve and practice everything she know. Having done it all her life, she now uses her broad range of skills and styles to advise her clients on everything, from colours & patterns, to fabrics and furniture styling. Her true expertise lies in teaching beginners and keen crafters how to sew, paint, style furniture, upcycle, master embroidery and nail DIY projects. Her classes are always informative, bespoke, friendly, but most importantly, great fun.

    Inma appreciates that, as a mother of two, mums need their down time and it comes in no better form than getting creative and being social with other mums.   Inma is rightly proud of her bold career u-turn, transforming her profession from a senior IT role, to doing something she was truly passionate about - teaching, making and sharing with other creatives her entrepreneurial journey.

    Find us:

    • Just a stones throw away from Clapham Junction Station.

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    Flexible cancellation policy

    Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.