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DIY Stencil Thrifted Bookshelf Makeover

Got an old bookshelf and don’t know how to renovate it? Here’s a project from diypassion.com! Take your bookshelf and use a sander to strip the sides and the front bits of stain. The prime and paint the inside of the shelf, here the author wanted a greyish shade. Once it is dry, tape off the other side and restain the bare... More

How To Update An Old Tree Stump Table

We’ve already spoken about tree stump furniture, and today’s article is dedicated to the same. If you already have a tree stump piece and want to renovate it, this tutorial from delineateyourdwelling.com will help you. This tree stump table was 20 years old, and if you have something like that, you can update it easily and... More

DIY Thrifted Wood Stool Makeover

Got a simple old stool? Let’s renovate it with this project from morenascorner.com! Prepare a wood stool, some fabric, project foam (1 inch), Mod Podge, a staple gun, paint, a metal strip. Sand the legs of the stool lightly, then paint them. Trace the top of the stool onto the Project Foam and cut it out. Hot glue the foam to... More

DIY Photo Decoupage Renovation Of An Old Sideboard

If you have some old furniture and want to refresh it, there’s a great crafty idea. The supplies are a blue print copy of a photo you love, scrap paper, Royal Coat Decoupage Finish, foam brushes and an X-Acto knife. First, create a pattern for your furniture piece onto scrap paper. Use this pattern to cut your blue print... More

How To Renovate A Chair With Vintage Fabric

Many of us have unnecessary things at home, and what I love about them is a possibility to give them a new life. Today we’ll renovate an old chair into a stylish one, you’ll need 1/2 yard of vinyl, 1/2 – 1 yard worth of fabric of your choice that can hold up to furniture wear, a staple gun, a scissors, tape for finishing.... More

DIY Upcycled Vintage Painted Dresser

How can you upcycle a dresser? Easily! You’ll need an old dresser, primer, paint of the color you like, sanding paper and spray paint for the hardware. Take an old dresser, and after a quick sanding and minor patching, apply 3 coats of primer. Always take the time to apply several thin coats and let it dry for plenty of time... More

DIY Kitchen Chairs Painting And Reupholstering

We’ve already told you how to renovate your old chairs, and here’s one more idea for your kitchen. You’ll need old mismatched chairs, sandpaper, paint that you like, fabric and a furniture stapler. Sand them down lightly, then use the paint sprayer to prime them and put several light coats of paint on them. Better spray... More

How To Upholster And Paint A Coffee Table

Continuing the theme of renovating old furniture, we’d like to tell you about turning a coffee table into a ottoman. Stripping old paint off an old furniture piece is crucial, and should be complete to achieve a long-lasting new finish. Cleaning the entire piece with wood stripper, will bring out the beautiful natural wood... More

9 DIY Dressing Table Makeovers You’ll Like

Every girl should have a place to store her makeup and to make it also, so a cool dressing table is a necessary thing in a bedroom. You can easily get it revamping an old dressing table or even a desk into a new and stylish one. Take an old vanity, sand it and paint so that you liked it – with some color or stencils you... More

23 Easy And Fast DIY Chair Makeovers

Revamping old furniture is not only a cool idea but also one of the hottest trends today because making new furniture of the old is great, ecologic and saves lots of materials and your money. Today we’ll discuss how to makeover a chair. Dying a chair is the simplest idea to realize, you’ll need just some paint or spray... More

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