McClellan MFG Co. my grandmother had if for a long long time.
I have a beautiful oak small dresser that I just purchased but it has appliques on the drawers and I really don't like the look of them. Should I remove them or distr... See more
My camp chairs have dry rotted. Anyone have a how-to replace the seating please? I have some canvas fabric I could use, but not sure if replacement is possible.
I am remaking an old stereo cabinet. The doors slide open towards the centre. One of the doors has come off its track. There isn’t any apparent hardware. Any ideas?
shelving unit had 3 moveable shelves
I want to put up a wall divider between our casual farmhouse dining room area and the open floor plan which extends into the entranceway then living area. The house ... See more
I refinished an old desk I had as a teenager, it looked pretty good until I applied the last coat. Thought it would be extra smooth if I used a foam brush. Unfortunat... See more
This is a mahogany coffee table that was my parents and I thought I wanted a lighter wood so sanded it down and made a mess. Have kept it for years unfinished. Though... See more
Hello,So I started painting my kitchen cabinets as you can see.Not happy tho.What should I do?* What colors would you suggest? I really am not a fan of the light colo... See more
How to use kitchen spoons, mixers forks and accessories more easy to get to using TURN TABLE with holders
do I get water damage off of my dining room table?
I am not sure how to begin to redo my nutcrackers. They stand 6' tall and they're for outdoor use. They're heavy and I'm not sure what they are made of, some type of ... See more
I have this small end table that really needs to be against a wall (the back is just a piece of unfinished wood), but I would like for the back to look good so it doe... See more
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
we recently had a new table top made with the existing base but now the table is 2”higher than the originalthe chairs are really two low now and they are solid chai... See more
I have a small dresser with about 4 coats of paint. I would really like to get it down to the wood,, but not sure how. Thanks to all
Since we no longer have the tall tower and huge monitors, I need to revamp my desk to work more efficiently with a laptop.
My dining room table has a water stain on it and I don't know how to remove it. Anyone have an answer please help!
Hi, I just painted a pub table with 2 coats of chalk paint. On one side it became "globby" and didn't do well. I haven't waxed it. I'm am wondering if I could simply... See more
I have a great project in mind (painting upholstery), but will need fabric medium--lots of it. That stuff is super expensive (especially when I'll need to purchase qu... See more