Updating old furniture ideas
We all crave the creature comforts of a cozy, well-designed home.While there are a lot of do-it-yourselfer’s out there who work tirelessly on their homes and seem to be updating or renovating on a constant basis— this is not possible for those of us who don’t know the difference between a table saw and a drill.How can we update our homes while bypassing major renovations?We want updates that all of us can do, not just those handy do-it-yourselfers. Let’s look at 10 imaginative ways to update your home without tearing down walls or breaking the bank.Here’s another look at the Target table which used to be black. To wax, you just rub on a bit of wax, rubbing it into the wood, then immediately within a minute or so, take it back off.It will leave enough on the surface to buff down to a shine. Frog Tape® comes up with some great things and Shape Tape™ makes it easy to try some fun painting projects that otherwise would be really time consuming. You can find it at Home Depot or Lowes or either online. I'm Rhoda, from Atlanta, GA and I love decorating and DIY projects.
I'm here to inspire and encourage other women to find their own inner creativity. Turning your piece from tired to captivating is as simple as mixing and matching colors and patterns until you find a combination you love.Repurpose That old bedroom dresser may feel like an eyesore, but you might actually love it as a TV console or an entryway table.Spray paint was the fastest way to get it done, even if it did take about 9 cans of paint. The baby bed that Renee used when Lauren was a baby, is going in the nursery at my sister’s house, so we decided to lighten it up by painting it white.We were going to paint it with Old White, but a few swipes of the paintbrush and we realized we would be working on that bed all day, so we went to the hardware store and bought about 9 cans of Satin creamy white spray paint and got it done. Any Satin white spray paint would work for this project.