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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 over the entire... More

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... More

DIY IKEA Bosse Stools And BEKVÄM Kitchen Cart Hack

Let’s hack IKEA furniture more and more and enjoy the results! Grab two Bosse stools and the BEKVÄM kitchen cart. Start off by using a plane sander with 150 grit paper and worked up to 220 on the stools as they are already finished. After vacuuming up and wiping everything down, start staining the tops. Use a one step stain... More

DIY IKEA Hack: Kids’ Table Makeover

More IKEA hacks and today for your little ones! Prepare furniture paint, rose gold spray paint, Ikea Latt kids table, 2″ foam roller and tray, 2″ paint brush, painter’s tape, wrapping paper or wallpaper, metal straight edge, an X-Acto knife, a sheet of acrylic cut to 17-3/8 x 23-5/8″.  Keep reading the tutorial in the... More

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

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