Updating old furniture ideas

Once it was all in place, the painting part is really fast. It comes off neat and clean, leaving a pretty chevron design behind. The drum table looks great and that was a fast project.

We added the hardware back on and I also sanded down the edges and waxed the top and sides of the drum table.

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.

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Check out these easy, budget-friendly ways to update old furniture, so that you can breathe new life and character into worn-out pieces—and fall in love with them all over again.Before those makeovers could happen, we worked a couple of days getting all the furniture painted for both of these spaces and that’s a job right there. This took us about 6 hours at least to get all of this done one sunny afternoon at my parents house. This is my old drum table, that you already saw in the room, but it was a brown wood with leather top when we started painting it.We used Annie Sloan chalk paint and also ended up spray painting the baby bed after we realized how ridiculously long it was going to take us to paint all those spindles on that bed. Country Grey is not named very well, in my opinion. We decided to meet over there and my sister brought this all over in her truck and we all hung out together, painting. It was an antique store find of mine many years ago and I wasn’t using it right now, so passed it onto my sister. And this is the other side table you saw in my sister’s guestroom, a cheap Target table that she found on Craigslist.Beyond creating an instant accent piece, his technique allows you to easily cover roughed up edges or other damage.Since I shared my sister’s first guestroom makeover and also the 2nd guestroom/nursery combo, I wanted to show you how we made over the furniture. So, here’s our day of furniture painting…all finished.

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