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Monday, 23 November 2015

Glebe House Vintage - Home of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint, Workshops, Commissions and Home Accessories - Feature and Giveaway

Glebe House Vintage are a gorgeous shop and workshop based in the Northumberland seaside town of Newbiggin by the Sea. You will find a huge selection of home accessories, hand painted furniture and even bespoke commissions.



Location


You will find Glebe House Vintage in the old Gatekeeper's Lodge, 7 Front Street. Newbiggin By the Sea and there is plenty of free parking outside. They are open 10am-4pm Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

Gifts and Christmas


As well as hand painted furniture, Glebe House is also home to a wonderful selection of beautiful local gifts, jewellery and Christmas decorations where you will find unique items to celebrate the festive season in style. There will be a special late night shopping event available at Glebe House Vintage on 16th December 6pm-8pm with refreshments, christmas music and 10% off all Christmas stock. Why not pop in?




Workshops 


Glebe House Vintage run successful Annie Sloan paint, make it my own and seasonal workshops throughout the year. Prices start from a very reasonable £15. If you are interested in upcycling your own furniture, a Glebe House Vintage workshop is certainly worth looking into. 


Giveaway


To celebrate the festive season, Glebe House Vintage have kindly provided us with a 1 litre tin of Annie Sloan chalk paint (any colour - subject to availability) and a 500 ml tin of soft wax which can be posted to any UK address or collected from store. Simply enter via the Rafflecopter giveaway below. Good luck!



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  1. I love making over old furniture! I don't have anything at the moment but i'm in the middle of converting my shed into a nice little room at the end of the garden so keep looking out for nice little bits and pieces in charity shops x

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  2. I want to paint my dresser as it would give it a lift. Love Annie Sloan paint!

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  3. I'm itching to try out Annie Sloan. We're in the process of buying an old Victorian terrace, so I'm busy up cycling lots of furniture for our new home!

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  4. I have a ragged old dressing table that I would like to give a bit of a lift too.

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  5. Ooh I've heard about this!! I have a writing bureau that I rescued from a skip that i'd love to tart up :)

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  6. My sister-in-law has been up-cycling for years and everything always looks fab. I have great ideas to do it but never find the time (or toddler free space) to do it, despite having a living room full of mismatched furniture that could really do with the Annie Sloan touch.

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  7. Would love to makeover my dresser for my new kitchen

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  8. I'd love to make over my sideboard xx

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  9. Love painting old furniture! See my blog for recent projects using Annie Sloan paint :)

    Numerotwentysix.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. Our coffee table - it's seen better days...

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  11. I'd love to make over the drawers in my room xx

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  12. I've got an old blanket chest, which is panelled and dark wood, which I think would look fabulous in chalk paint.

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  13. I have a lovely footstool I got from the Charity Shop which I am anxious to get started on

    KATHY D

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  14. I have a large, old wooden chest and a large old bookcase that I've been saving as projects to do this with.

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  15. I have an old chair I've been meaning to do up for a while.

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  16. I'd try doing our dinning room table to bring it back to life

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  18. I have a very old wooden chair that needs a bit of TLC

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  19. My dining room table and chairs. They are really old and scuffed up.

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  20. I would like to make my dining room table better

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  21. a chest of drawers that has little wheels, I bought our local Salvation Army shop last month and have only cleaned and wd40'd the wheels so far.

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  22. An old wooden chest that we have in our living room

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  23. I would love to use this paint on a bookshelf in my living room.It really needs a bit of love and care.

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  24. I would love to makeover our kitchen table it is so 70's yellow pine!

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  25. My piano stool badly needs a makeover

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  26. I have an old cupboard that could use a makeover.

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  27. Oooh lots of projects!! Grab a brush & some Chalk Paint™ Then get started. Post pictures on our Facebook page once you've done them. Can't wait to see them ��.

    Ami @ Glebe House Vintage xxx

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  28. My sofa, I'd love to reupholster it.

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  29. My sofa, I'd love to reupholster it.

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  30. We have a welsh dresser that has seen better days

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  31. I have a tall chest of drawers that got damaged when I moved recently (just surface marks) I would love to paint them and stencil over that to give a rustic effect

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  32. I have an old chest of drawers that is starting to look a bit ropey, it would be perfect for a makeover!

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  33. I want to change the look of my kitchen table and chairs. The chairs are very dated with dark green paint and the table top is varnished with lots of scratches from when the kids were younger. I've been thinking about doing them all a distressed French grey, which would make them look more up to date, as well as making a feature of all the scratches.

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    1. Sounds like a good project, shout if you need any help 😀

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  34. Pam Francis Gregory14 December 2015 at 19:22

    My sofa has seen better days!

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