18 DIY Furniture Renovations With Original Legs

18 DIY Furniture Renovations With Original Legs
Speaking about renovating furniture we usually mean reupholstering or repainting depending on its type. That’s rather difficult, especially reupholstering, and requires some time and skills. But you can spruce your furniture piece in another, easier way without wasting much time and without having special skills. How? Just add a couple of unique and trendy legs... 
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Glam DIY Office Chair Makeover With Faux Fur

Glam DIY Office Chair Makeover With Faux Fur
Remember we’ve told you about cool office chair makeovers? Here’s one of these makeover in details. Take an office chair you like and before putting on the base and wheels, spray paint the silver legs and the top of the wheels gold (use a primer on the metal first). Leave the shaft that goes into... 
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14 Stylish DIY Office Chair Makeovers You Can Realize

14 Stylish DIY Office Chair Makeovers You Can Realize
If you work at home or just have a home office for various kinds of work or reading and studying, you may also have some boring office chairs. Wanna renovate them in a cool way? Here are some ideas! If the fabric is pretty enough, you may buy some fabric paint and repaint it. If... 
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10 Awesome DIY File Cabinet Makeovers To Try

10 Awesome DIY File Cabinet Makeovers To Try
A file cabinet is a must for every home office and not only – we store so many things there! Notebooks, all kinds of papers, bills and all other documents should be accommodated in this cabinet. If you have an old and boring unit, change it to fit your home office and create a mood.... 
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How To Slipcover A Chair Or An Armchair: 12 Crafts

How To Slipcover A Chair Or An Armchair: 12 Crafts
Any DIY idea that will transform an old and dingy piece of furniture into one that’s fresh and modern is awesome. Slipcovers are a great way to disguise mismatched seating or give dated chairs a quick update. Give everyday dining chairs a stylish makeover with easy-to-create linen slipcovers with flirty ruffled skirts. Transform an unsightly... 
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DIY Leather Upholstery Slipcover For Your Furniture

DIY Leather Upholstery Slipcover For Your Furniture
Leather furniture is classics and will always be. Wanna get such a piece? You’ll need upholstery leather, leather sewing needle, a walking foot, heavy duty thread, a stapler, clover clips, a permanent marker, a quilter’s ruler, heavy duty scissors, an eyelet tool and grommets and a staple gun. If there is a cover on it... 
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DIY Refined Storage Cabinet Makeover

DIY Refined Storage Cabinet Makeover
This refined cabinet is a Furinno cabinet hack, let’s see how to realize it. The supplies are Furinno storage cabinet, gold spray paint, black paint, gloss spray on sealant, a gold bolt, a staple gun. Paint the sides, tops, and shelves with the gold spray paint. Choose a paint that will work on plastic and... 
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Stylish DIY Ikea Tarva Dresser Hack

Stylish DIY Ikea Tarva Dresser Hack
Remember we told you of IKEA Tarva dresser hacks? Here’s one more idea that wasn’t on the list. You’ll need Ikea Tarva dresser, a hammer + screwdriver, wood stain, paint, protective coating, a paintbrush, floor tarp, extra fine sandpaper, hardware for knobs. Set the drawers aside for now and get started painting the frame. Lay... 
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Stylish DIY Flea Market Cabinet Makeover

Stylish DIY Flea Market Cabinet Makeover
This flea market cabinet was easily renovated by the author of the tutorial. Take a cabinet and sand the finish off using an electric sander. Use Minwax wood stain in the color you like. After the stain dries, do three coats of Minwax polyurethane semi-gloss finish. After you finish the top, do a light sand... 
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How To Reupholster And Renovate Old Dining Chairs

How To Reupholster And Renovate Old Dining Chairs
Wanna reupholster your old chairs? Prepare chairs with upholstered seats, fabric, a staple remover, a staple gun + staples, fabric scissors, a screw driver, pliers, fabric spray. Gather your supplies and remove the chair cushions. There are usually just a couple of screws that hold each cushion in place. Remove the old fabric using a... 
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