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30 Ways To Repair, Restore, Or Redo Any Piece Of Furniture

Not all furniture we find is attractive. It might be picked up from an online listing or passed on from relatives. Over the years we've spent a great deal of time focusing on these shabby pieces in efforts to make them chic once again. Check out these 30 tips, tricks and ideas for your next furnitur...
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