Back in January in Nashville, I met new blog friend, Shaunna, with Perfectly Imperfect, a beautiful blog filled with lots of inspiration for painting furniture. And you just saw her again in yesterday’s post in Atlanta, when the 4 of us took a fast jaunt to Georgia for the day.(Not the best pic, but me and Shaunna in Nashville)
Shaunna is a bubbly personality and sweet mom from Alabama, who shares inspiration on painting furniture and making things over in a new way on her blog Perfectly Imperfect. We all love to see ideas on how to change those yardsale finds to just the perfect vintage treasure for our homes and Shaunna’s new e-book does just that and I’m so happy to share it with all of you.
I’ve long been a fan of fixing up and painting furniture, making those found pieces just perfect for my space. It’s becoming even more popular as we all are tightening up our budget belts and redoing old pieces is so much more appealing than buying new these days.
Shaunna has spent months working on this e-book, until she got it just right to share with her readers. I’m happy to help Shaunna launch her brand spankin’ new e-book online to my readers and help spread the word.
It is chock full of fantastic pics, along with Shaunna’s beautiful written words of encouragement on painting furniture and how to do it right. From all the steps you’ll need to paint those discarded and unloved pieces of furniture, to how to choose the right hardware to go with your newly loved find, the book has it all. A huge tutorial with all the steps on how to create your own masterpiece. Tutorials, paint tips, type of paint finishes, and so much more.These are examples of Shaunna’s work from her own beautifully put together home. She even has videos inside for a really good peek at how to accomplish this on your own. If you are interested in trying your hand at painted furniture, you can’t go wrong with this e-book.Shaunna even painted her interior door a beautiful turquoise color. Now, that makes a statement!From discarded pieces at the thriftstore, to yardsale finds, there are so many candidates out there for updating with paint.This barley twist table really kicks it up with this newly done paint job. We all know that paint is the quickest way to update something.
If you’d like to get a look at this painting furniture e-book, click the button below for a preview. The cost is $11.99. With 203 pages and more than 200 top-notch photos (and 3 videos), you will love this e-book.
The quality is beautiful, as are the pics. As I flipped through the pages online, I felt like I was looking at a beautiful book. The photos jump off the page.
I’m so happy to be part of an affiliate group with Shaunna, offering the e-book to all of you. The book is simply beautiful and so full of informative how-to’s telling you all about painting furniture and doing it the right way.
This e-book answers ALL your questions and even those that you haven’t thought of yet. An e-book, if you don’t know can be downloaded to your computer and you can refer to it as much as you want.
You can get a sneak peek of the first 11 pages here, so go on over and take a look.
Disclosure: As part of Shaunna’s affiliate group, I will get commissions on any e-books sold on my blog.
One talented lady. I love looking at her work. Simply beautiful.
janet metzger says
I am a follower of Shaunna’s and have already ordered her E-Book. She is a wonder, isn’t she? I know her book will help me to more successful in my furniture painting endeavors.
Have a wonderful Tuesday!
PS…I’m giving away a gorgeous Janet Hill Studios art print this week..winners choice! I think one of her pieces would look beautiful in your Southern home 😉 Come visit
Ricki Jill Treleaven says
Thanks so much for posting the link. I would love to learn how to paint furniture, but I find it very intimidating!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com says
This is fabulous! What a talented young woman. Isn’t wonderful to see people doing what they love to do? I can feel her passion on her work.
Thank you for sharing this. It’s really nice of you.
Btw, thank you so much for your comment. I always feel happy whenever you come to visit me. I truly do! 🙂
Have a wonderful day, sweetie!
Luciane at HomeBunch.com
Kathy :) says
Wonderful…..I love her work 🙂
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Beautiful furniture! I have one of those late Georgian mahogany chest of drawers sitting in my closet right now! LOVE that grey paint/silver glaze on it.
Thanks for sharing, Rhoda! Very inspiring.
Valerie @ Chateau A La Mode says
Rhoda, what fun Shauna is…I will definitely be over to see her blog. I love to paint furniture. Thanks for sharing!
Mr. Goodwill Hunting says
The pictures are spectacular. I know you will do well with this project. How far is Alabama from ATL…about 4 hours or so?
Mr. Goodwill Hunting
Tom @ Worldwide Tapestries says
Very nice distressed wood painting by Shaunna. They really add a new dimension to eg that blue door, where instead of a plain color, you see character and makes the whole room look more interesting. A great idea for anyone to try in a room they like to adjust the look of.