Custom Work

© 2012 Picked & Painted

Picked & Painted is booked for custom orders and is not taking any more at this point. Please check back because this will change and I will update once it does. Thank you for your understanding.



How to Contact Me:
If you have a piece of furniture that you want painted please email me detailed photos and dimensions to: pickedandpainted@yahoo.com 


In your email please include what you are wanting done to your furniture (color, distressing, knobs, etc.). If you aren't sure what you want to do I can give you a few ideas. If you have any "inspiration" photos please share those in your email!
**Make sure to check your spam folder, or add me to you address book, to make sure you get reply emails from me.

Pricing:
Prices vary and depend on the size and the condition of the furniture. Please email me for a quote!  There is a $50 nonrefundable deposit that is required before work begins. The deposit will go towards your final purchase price. 

Price quotes include: all prep work, paint color of your choice, painting, distressing, sealing, minor repairs and time and labor costs.
There is an additional cost for new hardware and any major/in depth repair work. 
Per request, I can email you a Policy & Waiver Agreement.

Pick-up and Delivery:
Pick-up and delivery and no longer available at this time.
If you see anything you like (under the Available for Refinishing tab) and want more info please let me know. Make sure to ask about other inventory I may not have listed yet. If there is something in particular you're looking for let me know and I can always keep an eye out for you.


Turnaround Time
Turnaround time varies depending on the amount of work your piece needs and it also depends on how many customer orders I am currently working on. 

***Please note that due to a growing client base and the amont of custom orders right now  turnaround time ranges from 4 weeks to 6 weeks.



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3 comments:

  1. How to replace veneer or paint over where it was?
    KY picker

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    1. I haven't had to replace any veneer yet but I plan to on a piece that I have. It will involve an iron, damp towels and tools!! If you search the internet there are a few good tutorials on how to remove veneer. If it is a super small area you can probably use wood filler. Good Luck!

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  2. Hi Helen.
    I just found your blog this morning, and I absolutely love all of your pieces. I have a rather large, plain looking wardrobe which I have been thinking about painting for a while now. I really love the look of Swedish style painted furniture such as distressed shades of white/blue/grey. Could you make any suggestions as to what paint brands/colors I should choose or what products I could use to achieve the look I am going for?
    Thank you, Beth

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