Step One: The Consult – Free one hour on-site collaborative consult to look at the piece(s) and discuss design. Amanda brings examples of all of her colors, finishes, and textures available for a most productive meeting.
Step Two: Sample Board – These mimic the colors and finishes chosen to demonstrate what the outcome will look like. Once complete, these sample boards can stay in your house for up to a week before a decision needs to be made.
Step Three: Contract Signing – If you choose to go forward with custom work, Amanda will document everything you wish to have done in a custom work order. Amanda will then supply a contract to sign and require a deposit totaling 50% of the final price.
Step Four: Work -Work is performed within the parameters outlined in the custom work order.
Step Five: Enjoy! – You will receive your piece as outlined from the work order and enjoy it for years to come!
We believe your home should be a sanctuary, a place of rest from the demands of the outside world. At Phoenix Phurnishings we work to create beautiful, restorative spaces that contribute to your overall well being inside the home. We do that by refinishing furniture in such a way they become functional pieces of art that bring smiles to the faces of you and your guests day after day. When we live in our own kind of beautiful space, it helps create a beautiful space in our soul.
Owner/Designer Amanda Brenneman-Brown started Phoenix Phurnishings in 2017 out of the desire to create peace giving environments by refinishing furniture and offering a variety of home decor. Amanda began working with wood when she was a child, building many things in her parents’ shop and then started working with color, textures, and design at the age of 18 for a local custom art framing shop. She quickly ranked on a list of top 100 framers across all of North America for her creativity and design skills. With her creative mind, attention to detail, and love of working with her hands, she can’t wait to create your next piece that helps build your beautiful space.Amanda Brenneman-Brown