After owning the same house for more than 20 years, it came time to decide whether to sell the home or fix it up. And after weeks of contemplation, I realized that I just was not ready to close the door on all the memories held in the home. But I also didn't want to live in a shabby old house anymore. So, I decided to do get involved with some restoration projects – the kitchen, bathrooms, and living room were all updated, as well as the roof. I also redesigned the entire property's landscape to give it a brand new look. Now that everything is complete, I miss the process! So, I thought I would relive some of my favorite projects by sharing ideas, tips, and tricks for renovation that might interest you. Hopefully you'll find the things I have to share inspiring and encouraging.
Painting furniture is very trendy right now, especially with so many different paints available specifically for painting furniture, such as chalk or milk paint. But what about when you're over that trend and want a stained piece of furniture, rather than a painted piece? You can strip down the piece using a paint stripping process that will help get the wooden surface back and allow you to stain it as you please, without marring the piece. See below for instructions on how to strip down a piece of painted furniture.
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Painted furniture is very trendy right now, but if you aren't trilled with the look, you can always strip down the piece back to bare wood to give it a new look.Share