Booking custom painting orders for 2018

You know that piece of furniture that serves its function, but every time you walk by it you just wish it would go away or that you could somehow hide it? Maybe its the sturdy little side table that is just the right size to sit next to the sofa but the color is so …

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Making new paint look old

I love the look of old, aged and worn. It shows in my scrapbooking and mixed-media projects and I've managed to carry it over to my furniture pieces that I redesign. I've tried to do clean and neat - honest I have. It just doesn't work for me. It never feels finished. So even though …

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Through the years

On September 7th, Green Door Studio will have officially been open for 3 years. We started out on this crazy adventure after I was laid off from my job. I had always dreamed of having my own business, and my mom was out of her mind enough to be a willing participant. Since then, I …

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Cabinet doors are perfect recipe for boy’s rooms

Discarded cabinet doors are pretty easy to come by, especially if you have a friend or neighbor upgrading their kitchen. They're also easy to up-cycle into a number of projects so we usually have a stack sitting around the Studio. When a client asked if we could make personalized bulletin boards for her grandchildren I …

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A canvas of many layers

It's been a while since I've felt inspired to work on a canvas but now the ideas are just bursting around in my head and I can't get them out fast enough! This is a 12-inch by 12-inch canvas. There's such a variety of techniques showcased on this canvas. We'll make these gorgeous flowers from …

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Studio continues to evolve

We often get asked just what is Green Door Studio. Truth be told, we don't really have it figured out quite yet. We're still evolving. When Rachel and I decided to open this business a little over two years ago our thoughts were that we would offer classes and sell our painted furniture. Over time …

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