I offer faux wood grain painting services for a variety of applications.

Some of the services listed below will require that you be local to Seattle. While I have traveled to paint for clients, I prefer to first see if I have a student or colleague in your area who can handle the work. 

Pricing is on a case by case basis since no two projects are alike. I can’t bid projects until I know the full scope of the work including design and other details. 

There’s an old business axiom that goes something like this:

“Pick any two:  Low cost, quick turnaround or high quality.”

Idea being that any one of those options cancels out one of the other.

I avoid this problem by not offering two of them: Low quality work or rock bottom price.

If you want world class graining that blows minds and gets people talking, and you want it done in a timely manner at a competitive, reasonable price, I’m your man. 

Auto dashboards and trim, motorcycle gas tanks and fenders… Woodies, exterior car panels, trim, rims… 

For auto painting work, please carefully answer each of the following questions in the form below. 

  • Where are you located?
  • What is the make and model of the car you want grained? 
  • Do you know what you want in a wood type? I can do an original factory look or something much more realistic. 
  • Total number of pieces to be grained?
  • The graining process starts with bare or primed metal. Will the pieces arrive stripped of rust and old paint, or will I be doing that?
  • Will the pieces be filled and sanded to auto body specs?
  • Will you be having the clear coat done, or will I? Some want to do it/have it done themselves so it matches other parts or the cars exterior.
  • Finally, when would you like to get started on your project?
Scroll down to the form below to send me your answers to these questions. 
Boxes, trays or other small items. A great way to restore a favorite jewelry box, commission a gift, improve an otherwise uninteresting item…
Furniture: I can grain damaged table tops, add inlay/marquetry, remake low quality or uninteresting wood or add old growth beauty to non-wood items. 
Cabinets, millwork, flooring… Home and business services. Save money over the cost of “real” wood. Recreate, repair and match old woodwork that’s cost prohibitive to have milled.
Signs and custom lettering: Nothing attracts attention to your business like a hand painted sign or A-board with rich Walnut or Oak framing and hand painted lettering. 
Please be specific about the work you want done. Questions like “how much to grain my model A?” are too vague. Take a few minutes to tell me about your vision for the project. 

I look forward to working with you.  

Walnut faux wood paint services