Hi - I hope you good people can help and this is the right place to ask!!I have just purchased an antique rocking dog (yes - you did read that right!!) I absolutely l... See more
Should I use JB Weld? No easy access to a welder. Bench is rarely sat upon, for looks only.
I found this in the curb this morning on my way to work. Needless to say I'm late :) does anyone know anything about this piece? What would you do with it? Paint? Res... See more
I found an antique looking dresser in a Goodwill store for $7.00. It was pure wood, the drawers indicated that. The outside was scratched and stain marked.How can I t... See more
I would like to use nice wood door for one part of it any ideas
I have several "personal tables" (think giant-sized, stable TV trays) made out of almond colored textured plastic. After years of use, they just don't look very nice... See more
I have teak furniture with these huge cushions that I can not replace but need to recover and I can not sew except to hand stitch something. Ugh, help.
I have an oak table that I need to make the same height as my baker's table to accomodate the granite slab I have for the top. What would be the best way to do this w... See more
I love my table but it’s showing wear and tear. Turns out it’s nothing more than a particle board made to look like wood but I would like to keep it if I can rest... See more
I have a queen size walnut headboard and a king size new bed. How to make it a king size?
Piano is solid cherry from the early 1900's. Brought over from Scotland in 1908. It as candle holders next to music holder. I want to take it apart. Use parts for... See more
Keeping this but want to update it. Obviously everyone has different tastes, and mine are more modern. Ideas?
I want to install new backs to my bookshelf to add some color and pattern however, I also want the backs to hide the cords so they will be a few inches away from the ... See more
I want to refurbish kitchen cabinets built in 1953. They are solid, and have historical value, but are getting worn around the door handles and edges. There is a poss... See more
I have a kitchen cabinet from home depot. The bottom shelf have water damage with some cracks. How can I fix it? Do they sale the material to fix it?
BEIGE COUCH IS OLD X DISCOLORD BUT IN GOOD CONDITION, BIT CONFUSED WITH YOUTUBE, ANY IDEAS THANKS, ALSO OLD BUT GOOD WOOD TABLES WOULD LIKE TO MAYBE PAINT WHITE THEN ... See more
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
Posted this weeks ago when it was a grimey 40 year old datk brown end table. Used chalk paint fot the first time and then sealed it with sealing wax. Now I have d... See more
this set has been descontinued...im hoping someone may be looking to sell a mirror or know of a sale somewhere. Any direction is appreciated.