I am thrilled to announce that I have recently partnered with The Attic to provide paint products and workshops!   The Attic is located in Gayton Crossing Shopping Center on Gaskins Rd. next to the Finicky Fox (my favorite clothing consignment store!) in the West End. It is a Richmond institution! It has been one of Richmond’s most popular consignment stores for more than 35 years!

If you’ve never been to the Attic, you’re in for a treat! If you haven’t visited lately, you’re in for a surprise! Recently they revamped the entire store, changing the merchandise, the management, the layout, the lighting, and I dare say, even the smell! (Goodbye mothballs!) This is NOT your grandma’s Attic anymore!

The Attic offers an array of classic antiques mixed with modern home décor. These carefully-selected decorator pieces are offered at great prices! They also have one of the largest selections of estate jewelry in town. Now, you know this girl loves her jewelry!

One of the things I love about this place is that they have price-drop program. Every tag has three prices, so if you’re willing to take a chance, you can wait and try to snag it on sale.photo-47

I learned not to wait the hard way the other night at dinner when my BFF was describing this awesome desk she had just bought at The Attic. I pulled out my phone and showed her the desk I was coveting, “You mean this one?!” I asked. Yup. That was the one. (Seriously…only $105 for a French Provincial desk WITH CHAIR in pristine shape?!)  I knew I should have grabbed it!   Doh!

In addition to offering my Websters Chalk Paint Powder and various other paint supplies, I will be teaching monthly workshops right there in the store! I am really excited to be able to offer daytime classes. The first one will be held Tuesday, February 10 from 9:30-11:30 in the morning. This is perfect for people with flexible daytime schedules, as well as pre-school moms (of which I am one!). This will give you enough time to drop off your kids, get your paint groove on, and be done with enough time to pick them up. To register for this class, stop by or call The Attic at 804-740-9040.  It’s only $55 and all the supplies are included.  If you can’t make it to this one, click here to see our upcoming class schedule.

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I am really excited about this new partnership with The Attic. I hope you stop by to show them some love, and I hope to see you at a workshop soon.

I have some exciting news! I have just expanded to a new space at The Lazy Daisy in Midlothian! There you can find Websters Chalk Paint powder, Real Milk Paint, as well as several finishing waxes. Just take a right at the register and look for the black wall!

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Do you love all of the painted furniture you’re seeing in the stores, but have no idea where to start? Well, I can help! Sign up for one of my furniture painting workshops! This fun and informative two-hour class will teach you everything you need to know to repaint furniture for a professional look you will love. You’ll learn how to prepare, paint, distress, antique and wax your furniture.

The next one is this Monday, January 12 from 7-9 pm. They will also be held Wednesday, Jan. 21 and Thursday, Jan. 29; both from 7-9 pm.

The cost is only $55 ($50 if you register with a friend) and is held in my private paint studio in Short Pump, just minutes from the mall and Rt. 288. Call me (Teresa) at 804-855-9371 to register or stop by The Lazy Daisy, 13110 Midlothian Tnpk in Midlothian. You can also still find Websters Chalk Paint Powder, supplies and my furniture and vintage treasures at Odd Balls Antiques, 8030 W. Broad St. in Richmond.

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I hope you’ll stop by The Lazy Daisy and check out everything this amazing store has to offer. From painted furniture and vintage treasures to jewelry, soaps, and scarves. Grab a girlfriend or two, check it out, and while you’re there, sign up for a workshop!

Hope to see you at a class soon!