Upcycled Mid Century TV Stand

by Homes.com
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Upcycling furniture is fun, and a fantastic way to make something true to your family’s taste. To help you with your next furniture upcycling project, here’s what you'll need to get started on upcycling furniture like this mid-century TV stand.
What you will need:
-Wooden furniture piece you would like to update.
-Electric sander and sandpaper.
-Painter’s tape.
-Metallic spray paint (Can be any other color you like, we chose gold to add some metallic accents to the space.)
Visit our blog here for the tutorial: http://blog.homes.com/2014/03/upcycled-mid-century-tv-stand-tutorial/
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  • Symea Symea on May 21, 2014
    how do you know when not to paint? like, is it worth something? can it be ruined once painted?This looks amazing and I love it! I have 2 pieces but I think they're from the 30's art nouveau or deco maybe. this is Fab!

  • Homes.com Homes.com on Jun 18, 2014
    Hello @Symea , this mid-century dresser was in rough condition when purchased and it needed a coat of paint or stain just to make it look fresh and up-to-date. Most furniture looks good with a colorful coat of paint but some pieces look better as is, or sanded down and stained to resemble it's original look. In the end, we believe it depends on the owner and what they would like to do with it and whether or not colorful furniture would go well with the rest of the furniture around it.