We got this chair from friends years ago! The chair is a really comfortable chair. It was very expensive when new. Everyone loves the size... bigger than a club but s... See more
Our dog, when she was a puppy, made holes in the bottom of my couch and chair, and actually uses them to hide inside of. What material is best to recover the undersi... See more
Wanting to move handle, now what do I do with the holes? Creative ideas Welcome👍
I bought this beautiful table at a habitat store. The top and chairs need a redo. Is this too complicated for a DIY?
I have three large Waterfall dressers given to my kids and they are just stunning. However, I want to fix some chipped places, clean them up and possibly strip them. ... See more
How to paint outdoor metal furniture?
30 years old. Very solid still. Would like to replace straps with new vinyl. All glued. No rivets. What glue would you suggest?
has anyone spray painted black metal outdoor chairs with beige mesh seats a different color than black? I'd like to update my black metal sling chairs and have only s... See more
I'm trying to refinish a vinyl seat cushion and armd that are cracked and peeling. I've used duct tape to peel off most of the damaged vinyl and will peel off the res... See more
just moved and funds low. Have it sitting in living room and want to decorate. Dimension 30 x 15x 12
top of my table have a sruch how can a start to turned new
How to make a side table from a wire spool?
How do you refurbish a large square bathroom mirror
My just-purchased home is full of built-in shelves and cabinets in dated oak. This one is off to the side in a TV room, in an area better suited for a bar or somethi... See more
more space needed. I keep rolling off the bed.
Lamp shade can be expensive. I have a lamp I love and wanted to know what I can do to revitalitize the lamp shade. Can it be spray painted?
What can I do to update this old traditional hutch to give it a fresh look other than painting?
I have a set of wooden tray tables and they're all wobbly. The new ones are so expensive and I think that there must be a way to fix the ones that I have. Any help?
Can I just chalk paint over this?