I bought a wooden dresser online and I hate the look of the knot in the front of the dresser. Is there a way to remove it, or at least cover it up without making it n... See more
We have a white mark on our polished coffee table, from cup cup of tea being placed on a damp paper coaster.
I found this in the curb this morning on my way to work. Needless to say I'm late :) does anyone know anything about this piece? What would you do with it? Paint? Res... See more
I just bought a camel back sofa with beautiful legs for 50 bucks. I am thinking about using painters drop cloth to use as a fabric. I would like to paint the drop ... See more
I have had to redo my vintage metal patio furniture every year because it chips off, what am I doing wrong? There's what I did/do: remove excess paint by first scrapi... See more
I would like to use nice wood door for one part of it any ideas
How to paint metal patio furniture
I need to paint with a brush not spray. Would also like a satin finish. Any suggestions?
These are in pretty rough shape so I can’t use them as I had intended. Any ideas for what I could do with them? It is queen size and the headboard is 56 inches tal... See more
Want the one that stores cans, jars that "hides" beside refrigerator
I have a vintage executive desk that has a strange material inlay. I would like to paint the entire desk but the material is pitted and marked and needs repaired. Doe... See more
I want to redo this sofa table with a white washed look. However, the glass on both of the shelves is missing. I don’t want to replace it with glass because of the ... See more
I bought this beautiful table at a habitat store. The top and chairs need a redo. Is this too complicated for a DIY?
Recovered patio cushions. Never did it before,
The set is mainly Cherry wood which is very difficult to stain. I was going to paint them white but not sure any more. If I don't paint them, what should I do?