Hi. This metal chair used to have leather cover, I’m thinking of painting it & covering it with deck chair fabric. What is the best way to do it? Thank you
I have an unfinished exterior bench, it’s been polyurethaned 5 years ago, but that’s worn off. It’s roughened from the SW sun and low humidity. I have bright bl... See more
Old bookcase. I pulled a chair over to demonstrate the colors on my lanai. All suggestions welcome. Thanks in advance!
I hrave water stains on my cherry wood nightstand table. I tried mayonnaise to no avail. Any other ideas?Thanks,Betsy
Hi, I have a potential client that is requested my services to refinish two dressers(one is a tall 5 drawer and the other is a 8 drawer long dresser). I use Fusion Mi... See more
How do I fix a 107i n bathroom builder grade firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking to make a new dresser from a pretty old style beast
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?
It is a lovely piece and I plan on refurbishing it but the height in the sitting area is only 14 1/2 inches tall. I need to make the vanity taller for use. Please adv... See more
My husband let his daughter repaint my kitchen and cabinets about 2 years ago. And they need to be repainted really bad. I didn’t want to say anything but now I hav... See more
I have barstools at my kitchen island, they have a large circle chrome base. I can't seem to keep dust and pet hair to not stick on the chrome surface. I was thinking... See more
Bought 2 poufs for the living room thinking I was going to use one color scheme and completely changed it. Any way to cover a fabric pouf without actually sewing?
I have a school desk and chair it's solid wood I don't know I've heard you could do many items but decorate them I'm not sure what to do any ideals thank you
We inherited this beautiful antique. I would like to make it functional while maintaining the integrity of the piece. I do not want to paint. I would like to be able ... See more
Could you please tell me where you purchased the map for the suitcase table? Thank you!
The table feels like a wood look formica but it is on solid wood. I hate to try acetone in case it ruins the top. It's been on there for over 10 years now.
I inherited this great vintage dresser and marching chest that my parents got when they were 1st married. I plan to use it- it is extremely well built. Buy. the blo... See more
Stripping seems to work well on arms and legs but not on the seat and back of the bench where it is being very resistant to the stripper.
So i just finished building a folding beer die table out of 3/4 inch pre sanded plywood, and now I have 3 days to get it painted before a kickback. I looked up advice... See more