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 have these collapsible ottomans for temporary seating in a studio apt. Want to make them sturdier and add legs to make them higher. Any ideas? Thanks in advance.
I have a 1990's roll top desk that is made with oak. The roll top is not useful, but since the wood is so nice I don't want to burn it either. I need a regular desk u... See more
We took the old popcorn ceiling off in our livingroom and thought we could just paint it. We fixed some hairline cracks where the joint in the sheetrock are, primed a... See more
How do you repair cracking leather furniture?
I have a recliner that was given to use and it’s peeling sooooo bad. Hoping someone has experienced it before and can get me going in the right direction other than... 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
We have four swivel chairs and a lounger where the fabric has dry rotted and when we sat in them - all of them - we went right through! Does anyone have any money sav... 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
Using a freezer as a workbench for epoxy and didn't cover it- now have pools of set epoxy on and I want to remove it to create a nicer look back to the freezer.PLMK
I have antique dresser (oak). It doesnt sit right in modern home. Please help. I would like it to be a grey colour. It has cup hook top piece.
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 am 84 And I have outdoor Wicker Furniture in natural color that is years oldWith my husband passed on I can not refresh it.. Does anyone have any ideas?Thank you
the leather on my massage chair is ripped. how can I repair/recover it?
I have a solid wood antique headboard that I picked up at an estate sale. Unfortunately, it has been painted with what appears to be flat house paint; layers of it. W... See more
I have been conned by my daughter to reupholster this old faux leather club chair. Can I add the new velvet fabric over the faux leather or must I remove it first?
I have this stain on my couch, it was a barbecue stain and my husband uses a tide to go stick on it and it left this stain. I’m wondering how i can get it out witho... See more
Hello ! I’m looking for inexpensive ideas to Restore this oak hutch to match it to my rattan dining table. It does have some cracking and scratches. I’ve added pi... See more