Paint vs wood in specific area?

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How did you paint the sides of this piece....and as to the corners/from the top of the piece to the legs stained or did you paint them? I have a smaller piece from the same collection and am wondering if you painted the sides/ specifically the recessed areas, Black..or kept them like the centers of the Front drawers. Thank you!

Geri


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  • Dee Dee on Mar 01, 2020

    Please post a photo so we can see what you are talking about.


  • Cheryl A Cheryl A on Mar 01, 2020

    Geri

    There was no picture posted so we don't know what kind of help you need.

  • Cynthia H Cynthia H on Mar 01, 2020

    Hi! I think you are asking about a specific project, and I have no idea which one. Go back to the original post and ask there.

  • Deb K Deb K on Mar 01, 2020

    Hi Geri, not sure what piece you are speaking about


  • William William on Mar 01, 2020

    You need to go to the original post to ask a question or comment

  • Mogie Mogie on Mar 01, 2020

    Sorry but I can't see any pictures.

  • Michelle Leslie Michelle Leslie on Mar 02, 2020

    Hi Geri, it looks like your question relates to a specific hometalk tutorial. You'll need to pose the question there to get the right answer. Shout if you need help finding the post again.

  • Vimarhonor Vimarhonor on Mar 02, 2020

    Hello! If it something that you saw in a Hometalk posted project, ask your question on that precise post.


    This is a general Q&A posting area, the person who's project you're asking about would likely be unaware of your question about their project post. To get an answer about a specific post, ask the question directly below the project that will likely get you a reply from the Hometalk poster.


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    Hope this helps.

  • A little hairspray should do the trick.

  • Chas' Crazy Creations Chas' Crazy Creations on Mar 02, 2020

    I'm thinking you saw something in the newsletter that you liked but have a question about it. I would find that post, scroll to the bottom of it and there will be a question section. Ask your question there and the creator will be able to respond directly back to you :)

    • Geri Geri on Mar 02, 2020

      Thank you, that’s what I thought I was doing....obviously, not! TY

      for the ‘heads up’, I appreciate it...and will try that route./g