When I was 28, I inherited my grandparents’ vintage dining set. Although it was fully functional and the price was right (free!), I never really loved it. I was sentimentally attached for obvious reasons but determined to eventually develop a fondness for it. That’s how this all started.
In 2013 I took a furniture painting workshop. I still have the first piece I ever painted and although it would not meet my standards now, I appreciate what it started. The more pieces I painted, the better I became and in October 2014, Perfect Imperfections was created.
In my portfolio you’ll find some of my earlier work as well as my latest projects. Although my style has evolved and I now know what I like and dislike, I am still exploring and challenging myself with new ideas & products. One constant is my obsession with perfection. I offer unique items with a quality that’s second to none. Every detail is fussed over from the colour, to the hardware, top coating and liners. If I’m not satisfied, I’ll work on it until I am. That’s just the way I roll. Perfection or bust! 😉
If you’d like to learn how to do this yourself, I hope that my blog and portfolio will inspire and help you with your own projects. If you’d prefer to leave the hard work to me, please visit my shop. I also offer the occasional workshop for those that don’t even know where to start.
I hope you take the time to look around and please leave me a message if you have a comment or question. I would love to hear from you. Happy painting everyone!