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Shabby Paints Support

Looking for help, inspiration, or have questions about Shabby Paints?

 Shabby Paints support

Locate your Stylist (retailer)

Contacting your local Stylist is the best way to get help.  You can search for a local Stylist using our map here:

If you don’t have a stylist close you can order online here by finding a stylist with a shopping cart icon

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Shabby Paints Q&A Forum

Lots of knowledgeable Shabby Paints Stylist and users ready to help.

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The people who sell our paint are more than just retailers- they change people’s lives with paint. Shabby Paints is a family of people who care about each other and share their experience and knowledge with others to help them create a result they’re proud of. We call our retail partners Stylists. They have vision and can help design the piece you’re dreaming of. You’ll see, Stop by your local shop and have a chat with your Stylist.

Become a Stylist

If you would like information on becoming a Shabby Paints Stylist, you can find out more here:

Lean Manufacturing Practices
Since our goal is to bring you the highest quality products at an affordable price here at Shabby Paints Home Design we use Just-in-Time manufacturing.  This means all our paint products are roughly made when they are ordered by your stylist.  We do this to keep cost and waste down.    The JIT Philosophy is used to keep storage, manufacturing, and space costs as low as possible.
 Color Variations 
Our products are made from scratch by humans, using natural pigments so occasionally there may be a small variation in color between lots. Generally it would be difficult to distinguish visually once the product was dry. If you are concerned, we recommend consulting with your stylist to make sure you have enough paint for your project prior to starting.  As with any paint project mix all of you paint together before starting for a flawless finish.

If you would like information on becoming a Shabby Paints Stylist, you can find out more here: