RestoreNation- Shabby Chic furniture painting services

Love the shabby chic look? Possibly one of the most popular trends ever, shabby chic is still going strong almost 20 years after the term was first coined. An eclectic style that mixes antique furniture with pastel colours, lace and feminine florals, shabby chic is often also referred to as country chic or vintage chic.

If you love this soft and dreamy style, you’re in luck, because the shabby chic design is offered by RestoreNation. At its most basic, shabby chic is upcycled or antiqued furniture, meaning you can either find old pieces cheaply or buy modern furniture at a lower cost and give it a shabby chic makeover from RestoreNation

In addition to restoring/repairing furniture, we also take on private restoration work including Shabby Chic painting, furniture repairs, stripping and refinishing, waxing or lacquering and painting,

If you have a piece of your own furniture/office furniture that you would like restoring, then please send us photos via email with a description of the work you would like carried out. We would be happy to discuss the work required and to give you a FREE no-obligation quote. Items for restoration can either be dropped off, or we can arrange to pick up and redeliver once the work is complete. We can also do some or all of the work at your home/office, saving you money on pick up and redelivery.

We only use the best quality paints and refinishing supplies available for your project mostly Morrells paint and finishing suppliers Farrow and Ball and Dulux. As an added option, all surfaces could have extra lacquer coats of clear finish in any sheen you desire, this will help protect the surfaces in areas of high use. Contact us for a free site survey and no obligation quote.

There’s no question why shabby chic design is so appealing to many. When done right, this style strikes the perfect balance between feeling relaxed and looking pulled together. It puts forth an artistic-yet-elegant vibe, plus gives the designer plenty of freedom to bring their own spin to the table.

Most of the time, the “shabby” part of “shabby chic” refers to items that feature a weathered or antique aesthetic. Furniture is a great way to infuse this detail into any room.

However, if you’ve never pulled a room with shabby chic furniture, like this together before, it can be a little intimidating. Sometimes it’s difficult to create less-structured spaces that feel more purposeful than messy. Let our professional help give you some ideas, colours, with many years of experience, we have a lot to offer with our colour combos, finishes, designs.

That’s where we come in. We’ve compiled the secrets you need to know to hack the shabby chic aesthetic.