I got these for free would like new wood and suggestion
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
Hi! I have 3 of these chairs. Want to make an outside bench. Any idea what to use to make backs on these chairs? Come on, with creative ideas! Thank you!
I have a brand new ottoman and the hot pink velvet type upholstery is too bright. Water soaks in so I'm hoping to glaze it or somehow mute it a bit. Can I paint a gre... See more
I’ve been told leather must breathe. So doesn’t painting seal it? Very interested in refinishing our burgundy leather sofa as the sun has faded it. But don’t wa... See more
How tO make bed base , easiest way never made anything before.my bedroom is only small, I can take up to 4ft for width, Which I believe is a small double. The probl... See more
At this point we are ready to just have wrought iron with cushions. Our parrot is a rescue. We have had him two years and he is free range. Before that his previous o... See more
Any DIY ideas for inexpensive end tables? We are moving into an apartment and all out furniture was stolen out of our storage unit :( I cant really afford to buy end... See more
I have an old TV furniture, 0,35m tall and 2,7m length. I want to renovate it, using the stucco stencil technique with Mandarla designs.I want to make it look like an... See more
I have a 1970’s dresser I would like to give new life! I’d like to upscale it’s look but mainly turn into a bathroom vanity. Suggestions DIY’ers?
What’s the best way to clean a nursery rocking chair/glider with footstool? My husband’s jeans stained our chair and we want to clean it up if we can prior to new... See more
I need help!!! I moved into my parents 60+ year old house. The kitchen cabinets to my knowledge have the original “varnish“ finish plus 60+ years of greasy kitche... See more
My husband found 2 beautiful end matching end tables curbside. Someone had begun to paint them and stopped mid-way!..how can I remove the paint without ruining the be... See more
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?
Mostly I am speaking regarding my end tables? My beautiful 2 year old grandson is "playfully building" towers, ships, air planes etc on the end tables in the living ... 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.