Yes! You Can Use Chalk Paint Over Stain
Transform a stained piece of furniture easily with chalk paint! You can apply chalk paint over just about any finish to create a matte finish painted french country look.
How to Repair & Replace Missing Veneer, Formica, or Wood on Furniture
While refinishing furniture with paint, glaze, and distressing, it’s not uncommon to come across a great piece that missing some it’s original veneer, formica (an old school laminate su…
Furniture Repair - Bondo vs Wood Filler - Salvaged Inspirations
Have you ever passed up on a gorgeous piece of furniture because it was flawed or damaged? I can't tell you how many perfectly imperfect pieces I've passed up because I had no idea how to fix them. Seriously, Bondo has become a game changer when salvaging furniture. It's easy to use, saves me time, and provides a heavy-duty durable fix.. and here's how!
How to Repair That Missing Trim DIY
That beautiful treasure you found is almost perfect. The exception is, there are a few pieces of the filigree or trim missing. The odds are you will never find a match and it can be quite expensive to have a furniture repair service recreate something that perfectly. diy | diy furniture repair | furniture repair | trim repair | diy | diy home decor | diy furntirue | furniture
Slipcover Design: How to Handle Outer Arm Seams
An outer arm seam sits high or low on the side of the rolled arm. It runs from the front arm to the back corner seam. Some are barely noticeable while others have welt cord or decorative topstitchi…
5 Steps to Reupholstering A Chair
You'll never pass one up again after seeing this! How’s your summer going? Geez it’s HOT, like 104 degrees heat index hot. As much as I want to work outside on my porch… I am finding great projects to do inside. Like today’s DIY!
How to Use Epoxy Resin Like a Pro
What is epoxy? Epoxy has several advantages over other adhesives and fillers. It can fill gaps and still retain strength, it's waterproof, and it sticks well to most surfaces. Read the label to choose an epoxy that matches the repair you're attempting. Here are some useful tips to help out.