Furniture Painting Workshops

Our Lennox Head furniture painting workshops provide a fun introduction to furniture painting. Transforming old, worn pieces of furniture into items you’re proud to have in your home is good for both the environment and your mental wellbeing!

“What I love most about upcycling is seeing a tired piece of furniture transformed to fit withing a modern home!”

Come and join me for an enjoyable and relaxed morning at my Introductory Furniture Painting Workshop, using Jolie Premier Paints. Jolie has a fabulous range of paints and finishes which can be used to update both old and new furniture and accessories.

Workshops are held at my home in the beautiful seaside location of Skennars Head, between Lennox Head and Ballina, in a small group setting where you will be able to complete a piece in a few short hours. 

Be sure to bring one small piece of timber furniture to paint, in a colour of your choice. Your piece must be no larger than a chair, something you can carry under one arm like a small side table, or bedside.

In this workshop you will learn 4 finishes – the basic finish, the smooth finish, the textured finish, and the distressed finish, using a variety of Jolie paint colours as well as topcoat waxes. You will leave this workshop with the confidence to work on a piece of your own furniture or accessory at home. 

There are no additional costs and you do not need any prior painting knowledge. All products and equipment will be provided.

Light refreshments, tea & coffee will be provided during your class.

10% discount given on all Jolie Paint purchases on the day of your workshop.

Class Schedule

Time: 9am – 12.30ish
Location: 12 Waterford Parade, Skennars Head
Class fee: $145.00 per person 
Maximum 4 people per class

*Place must be paid in full prior to workshop. If a cancellation is needed and 48-hour notice is given, your place will be transferred to another date available. Non-refundable. No-shows on the day will be not be refunded

“My passion is to keep the cycle of preloved furniture going and keep it out of landfill and do my little bit for the planet!”