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Exploring new techniques
in furniture painting
At Kacha Furniture we take old or unusable pieces and repurpose them into artistic hand painted works of art. Once the wood has been cleaned, sanded, and hand-painted with intricate designs and patterns by Kacha, our artisan, the result is a unique and beautiful piece of furniture with a vintage charm that also promotes sustainability. Hand painted reclaimed furniture is the perfect way to add a touch of personality and character to any living space.
Kacha Furniture has turned traditional furniture painting into a redesigning and reselling business. Come share their passion for furniture restoration. They now teach millions across multiple platforms the techniques for creating beautiful furniture art on their own, all across the world!
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Unlock the artist within with our easy DIY Furniture Art tutorial! No art skills required – discover the simplicity of transforming ordinary furniture into stunning masterpieces using raised stencils. Follow our step-by-step guide to elevate your space effortlessly. Turn your home into a canvas and craft beautiful, artistic furniture with ease. Join us on this creative journey and witness the magic of raised stencil techniques. Ready to make your furniture stand out? Let’s get started!
Gold Leaf Stencil
In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to easily apply gold leaf to your furniture using a stencil in a simple, step-by-step process. Once you understand the basics, gold leafing will be a breeze!
Beat up secretary desk
In this video, we’ll be showing you how to transform furniture with just a little paint wash. You’ll be able to achieve a design that is unique and beautiful, without any of the mess or fuss!
Amazing gold leaf table
This video is about gold leafing the ENTIRE piece! I’ll show you how I gold leaf the entire piece of Furniture, from the bottom up.
"Don't think about making art, just get it done. Let everyone else decide if it's good or bad, whether they love it or hate it. While they are deciding, make even more art."
– Andy Worhol