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What do Furniture painting services include?

Furniture painters can help you achieve the look that you want–from traditional to contemporary–using your preferred paint colour and appropriate painting techniques.

It's wise to assemble all your furniture pieces first for a more smooth-sailing furniture painting service. In case something needs repairing, you can also get someone to help fix your furniture to ensure that everything's good to go prior to painting your items. If you're looking for reliable furniture painting near you, here's what we can help you with:

Spray paint furniture service

Furniture spray painting services near you provide a lovely satin finish to your pieces without taking too much of your time. You can use it for various surfaces and materials like wood, wicker, metal, and plastic, as well as doors, chairs, side tables, and any furniture with small accents and tricky nooks and crannies. It's best to spray paint furniture outdoors or in a well-ventilated area to manage the paint fumes better and lessen the curing time as well.

Furniture spray painters near you can clean and sand it first, and also apply a coat of primer to make the paint last longer. Then, they can proceed with spray painting your furniture in your preferred shade and finish. If you want a fuller and more pigmented colour, your painter may need to wait for a few hours for the first application to dry before doing a second coat. Make sure to let the paint cure overnight before moving or using your furniture to avoid paint chips and cracks.

Furniture brush painting

If you're aiming for a more classic or traditional look for your furniture, brush or hand painting is a great option. This painting technique works best on wood furniture as it allows the unique grain pattern of the material to come through the paint. You can choose from all sorts of furniture paint, including latex, chalk, acrylic, milk, and oil-based paint. 

Brush painting assures better adhesion, so applying 2-3 coats is ideal for uniform coverage. If you want to take your interiors up a notch, you can even hire a professional interior designer to help you come up with fabulous ideas for a vintage-themed space!

Furniture faux painting

Also known as faux finishing, faux painting adds texture and dimension to your home and furniture. This particular technique involves decorating your pieces by replicating the look of an entirely different material, like fabric, wood, suede, or granite. Some of the most popular faux painted furniture items are dining tables and kitchen cabinets, so if you're planning a major kitchen makeover, this can be your best bet!

Faux painting is also ideal for larger custom-made furniture like cabinets, wardrobes, bathroom vanities, and bookcases. The design possibilities are endless, so feel free to be as creative as you want and let your painter know about the finish you want to achieve!

From Apartment Painting, Bathroom Painting, and Bedroom Painting; you can get all types of Furniture Painting done usually between £-£, with the median price of Furniture Painting in East London being £.
Don't live in East London? We also have furniture painters available in West London and Central London available today.

Recent Furniture Painting tasks in East London

Painting outdoor furniture


Stratford New Town, Greater London

13th Apr 2022

Large table, table benches, plant pots (approx 6) and planter stand need painting white. They already have a layer of paint and need refreshing for summer - Due date: Flexible

Painter, decorator, upcycle furniture


Gants Hill, Greater London

2nd Nov 2021

Looking for someone who can do a bit of everything: paint doors, banisters, upcysle cupboards, put up frames, decorate feature walls, have initiatives to design a room.

I need IKEA furniture repair


Blackheath Park, Greater London

20th Sep 2019

Sliding wardrobe door, colour is a off white (maybe Snow White) gloss finish. Tiny chip, like the surface gloss in a 5mm square has chipped off. Newly installed bathroom

Paint furniture


East Ham, Greater London, E6

6th Mar 2022

I need someone to paint a wardrobe made from moisture resistant MDF boad, in a dark grey color - Due date: Needs to be done on Friday, 11 March 2022

Need help with varnishing outdoor furniture


Plashet, Greater London, E6

16th Aug 2021

I have an recently purchase 1.2 m square table and 4 benches which I need sanded to remove the existing stain and varnished with yacht varnish.

Paint garden and furniture


Little Ilford, Greater London, E12

27th May 2022

1 Paint fence 2. Sand, assemble (will need long screws and an electric screwdriver) and paint palette furniture 3. Paint the entire garden floor and plant bed edging - Due date: URGENT need it done today, 27th May to be ready for an event on Saturday 28th

Painting and cleaning furniture


Lea Bridge, Greater London

24th Jan 2022

I need someone to clean and paint furniture Have to be able to work flexible hours but they can suit your own time table

I need furniture repair services


Ilford, Greater London

5th Mar 2021

I have 4 dining metal chairs which needs to be painted and seats with upholstery placed. The back of the chair needs antique gold paint. I have a 3,2 and 1 seater sofas on which the frames need to be painted antique gold. The frame also has studs. I also have stone dining table and 2 pedestals that only need painting - a part of which needs antique gold painting