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Hi. I'm Corrina, chief paint addict at Bird on the Hill Designs and creator of the Vintage Bird Paint range.
I make paint and run painting and upcycling workshops supported by a small team including my husband, Rob and our two children. It’s truly a whole family venture! The Vintage Bird HQ is at our property “Bellendale”, on the side of a hill not too far from Temora, country NSW. I’ve been painting and making paint since I was a child under the watchful eye of my father, who was a paint maker/tinter by trade.
Our paint ranges evolved from a love of all things vintage and saving and restoring pieces from the past. It’s an added bonus that we can utilise our easy to use paint to refresh our funiture pieces that aren’t so vintage (think orange pine tall boys!).
I'm incredibly proud of the paint I have created. I love using it and I'm sure you will too.
The Vintage Bird Paint ranges are designed to be a simple 3 step process which allows you to get great results at home. I am also receiving wonderful feedback from professional furniture painters and painting friends in the biz’.
Our products are predominantly hand made with quality, artist grade ingredients, and our all natural Milk Paint is the first commercial powdered milk paint brand made exclusively in Australia with Australian sourced mineral and pigment!
We love a good collaboration here at Bird on the Hill and are so happy to be able to work with other great businesses here in our local community, throughout Australia, and even overseas!
Our new studio is in a shared, collaborative space, the Diamonds & Dust Emporium in Temora’s bustling main street and you will find me happily creating, producing and painting there most days of the week.
Our team is here to help.
Don't hesitate to contact me, or any of our customer service team if you have any product or painting related questions. We are more than happy to assist.
If you have a question regarding a painting project or need some colour advice, drop me a line...