How to Paint Wood Furniture Like You've Been Doing It For Years
Browse the local flea market or scan Craigslist, and you'll find a surplus of affordable but dated wood furniture. These vintage pieces might seem beyond saving, but with some imagination and a couple coats of paint, they can be transformed into contemporary masterpieces. So pick a color and read on to learn how to paint wood furniture like you've been doing it for years.
Apparently I can repaint furniture without sanding if I use the BullsEye primer/sealer, which is supposed to stick to anything, and then do a couple coats of paint. The primer/sealer can be tinted, so if I'm going with a dark color, I'll tint it first before applying.