Paint and Upholster a Chair
An intensive 6+ hour workshop (9am until 5pm) where we provide you with a chair to transform with Chalk Paint™ by Annie Sloan along with everything you will need to upholster a chair, you just need to bring a meter of fabric. You then go home with a finished chair in a colour and fabric of your choice that is ready to take pride of place in your home!
Please be aware that this is an intensive day and does require you to be on your feet for long periods of time. You will receive a 10% discount voucher for use either on Annie Sloan products or further workshops provided by The Painted Chair.
Chairs: As your chair is provided by The Painted Chair we cannot promise a specific style. If there is time Jan will send you pictures of the ones available.
The course will be held within the Bluecoat.
Note: please bring with you 1 meter of suitable fabric for your chair. We can offer you a selection of fabric but this will incur an additional cost of £10 per meter.
Gift Voucher - if you would like a gift voucher please select the correct option and we will send you one in the post. Unless indicated we will send it to the purchasers address.
Lunch is not included but drinks and biscuits are.
This workshop can be booked on a one-to-one basis at no extra cost, please contact Jan on 07890 468667 or at email@example.com to arrange a day.
Please refer to our Terms and Conditions page before purchasing.
'Fabulous day on the paint and upholster a chair workshop. Jan was absolutely amazing and I came away with a gorgeous chair and lots of tips for my own projects at home. Thanks so much Jan!' Becci
I had such a lovely day thank you. I love my chair. And other people do too. As I was taking the lift in the carpark after I left the workshop, everyone in there with me commented what a lovely chair it was. I felt so proud, I said "Thank you, I've just made it). I'm hoping to book another course with you. Vanessa
If you want to know more about the workshop watch our short video from Made in Liverpool. Gaelle (Made in Liverpool) made a Ministry of Upholstery Footstool at The Painted Chair.