have a chair that goes lower in back of seat, any suggestions how I can safely made it even, so be easier to get up
Got this Duncan Phyfe table for a really great price. It's got great bones but I want to get rid of the dated red undertones and stain in a darker brown. What do you ... See more
On my front porch the landlord has a metal glider swing that is over eighty yrs old and could use a new coat of paint. There is some surface rust. I wanted to know if... See more
do I get water damage off of my dining room table?
How to finish off the backside of a piece of furniture?I am downsizing my home. I have a dining room hutch that I love and could provide storage space in a smaller ho... See more
Do I just do blobs or stripes or free form? It's not like there is a top and bottom like with a dresser.
I bought this 1940's waterfall dresser & it needs some love. This is one side of the front....I want to keep the wood design so what's the best way to do that?
How would I go about placing contact paper on a complete square bistro table (31 1/2 x 31 1/2) the contact paper is 20 inches across? I'm trying to avoid a major se... See more
I want to paint over the fabric only. It is stained so I was thinking more like an earth tone stain or dye. Do you have any suggestions? This is very vintage, I love ... See more
I have an antique china cabinet with windowed doors. I would like to take out the wood in the middle that allows the doors to key lock and thus have an open structure... See more
I feel like this could be a common one but I’ve just moved into a rental flat with damaged cupboard doors (see pics). Any advise on what to do?
I need to as did s towel holder to a pedestal sink
After 20 years of use it’s time to refresh my dining room chairs. The foam on the seats right now measures 1 1/2 inches in density and I’m thinking originally it ... See more