Grab A Glass, Champainting Is Sydney’s Newest Boozy Paint And Sip Hub

painted canvases with wine glasses in front
If you’re a sucker for the high life—we’re talking magnums of bubbly—then you need to stop everything you’re doing and get around Sydney’s latest paint and sip offering.

Housed within an entirely fresh studio in Darlinghurst, at 38 Oxford Street, you can expect all kinds of boujee greatness, like rose-gold accents, shiny walls, and neon signs (the perfect backdrop to capture your work of art, obviously).

Champainting will have a whole new suite of new and creative workshops in place too. “We are always looking for ways we can elevate our experiences and offer our guests something new and unique,” Champainting Founder Melinda Janiszewski said.

“After eight years and seven studios, it seems very fitting that our eighth studio reflects how the brand has evolved. You can expect new paintings, boujee decor, and lots of Instagrammable moments and experiences you’ve never seen before.”

The new boozy paint studio will be kicking off with an array of exciting new painting classes like the new “Stripped” colourful nude female, “Yin-Yang”, which may or may not have something to do with a panda, and an Opera House masterpiece called “Vivid Night”.

As always, the luxe new paint and sip studio will supply the paints, materials, and aprons with BYO on the food and drinks front.

Champainting is now open, and you can start booking sessions here.

Thank you to URBAN LIST for the incredible write-up.

Published By Jessica Best
13th Apr 2021

As of 01 March 2022, we now trade as Champainting and the article has been modified accordingly.

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