DIY Repurposed Suitcase Table
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DIY: coffee table suitcase Use longer legs for a side table.
Suitcase Table | 19 DIY Projects For The Travel Obsessed
love this idea!
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#DIY for Old Suitcase Vintage Luggage Attractive idea to reuse, recycle and up cycle old #suitcases. #furniture #vintage #suitcase #interiordesign
Thi suitcase chair is so freaking cool!!! 17 Easy diy furniture ideas
Furniture - suitcase chair - houses come inside
Sometimes I do not know the difference between amazing and/or art; Blue Suitcas Chair
vintage luggage ideas | 20 DIY Vintage Suitcase Decorating Ideas! - Oh My Creative
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2 color scheme
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Oh the ideas I have!! Be Creative with Wallpaper Wallpaper isn't just for walls. Paper the drawer or door fronts of a painted dresser or cabinet, or use it to decorate a plain headboard. You'll get a custom-looking piece of furniture with lots of impact.
Can anyone make one of these please! LIVING SPACE ARMOIRE: OMG! Green is like one of my favorite colors. This refurbished armoire anchors this home's living space by echoing the color scheme determined by the wallpaper and furnishings. Its combination of drawers and closet space offers the perfect solution for small-space storage.
A refurbished armoire anchors this home's living space by echoing the color scheme determined by the wallpaper and furnishings. Great idea!
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old dresser as kitchen island
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old dresser turned into a functional kitchen island. -- this is something i could work on finding a piece for after i get a kitchen cart to go beside the stove
Love this idea! Using a chest of drawers as a kitchen island. #kitchen #island #blue
Don't need this, but love this idea! An old dresser + paint + a top of your choice + hooks on the side + paper towel roll = A KITCHEN ISLAND!!
Old dresser turned into Kitchen Island... Genius , great idea for small kitchens
DIY dresser island - great idea for making your own kitchen island!
40 Rustic Home Decor Ideas You Can Build Yourself - DIY & Crafts
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Diy lamp! From thrift store to dream home.
Twine Lamp - 40 Rustic Home Decor Ideas You Can Build Yourself Could do this to old lamps from yard sales
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Caroline McLean: AWESOME Before and After Furniture redo site!!
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Craigslist DIY Chair Makeover- Painted, Glazed, and Upholstered- Back by TheatreDork25, via Flickr
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Craigslist DIY Chair Makeover- Painted, Glazed, and Upholstered- Back by TheatreDork25, via Flickr#upcycle #diy #crafts #style #design #home #interiors #yourhomemagazine
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Dining chair makeover - Before and After
Before and after furniture projects | Refurbished Ideas
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Before & After: Maria's Craigslist Cane Chair Makeover. But, not black. Maybe white or leave it natural...
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spray painted chairs + new upholstery
Old chairs into new
Before & After: Maria's Craigslist Cane Chair Makeover | Apartment Therapy
Fabulous chair redo! I'd love to paint my cane chairs glossy black!
Craig's List Cane Back chairs makeover - love
Before and After Furniture Transformations
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Painted dresser love
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Old Things New: Vintage Dresser Mirror Update
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Upholstry studio that revitalizes and restyles salvaged vintage furniture; lots of ideas
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* Decoração e Invenção *: Muitas cadeiras , Antes e depois
Upholstry studio that revitalizes and restyles salvaged vintage furniture; lots of ideas. Like the turquoise and white fabric.
Knight Moves: Furniture Fountain of Youth: Wild Chairy
Update old chairs with large-scale floral fabric in bright colors. salvaged vintage furniture reupholstery re-do Grandma's chair
Great before and after furniture refinishing site! Beautiful full sized bed painted with Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Old White and Coco
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Black dresser before & after.
Old to New: A Laundry Cart Makeover
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Tattered Style: Laundry Cart Makeover ~ DIY
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DIY – Re-purposing Old Furniture | Brock Design Group Idea for old dresser in parents garage - neat idea for dressers with drawer that doesn't work right
old dresser redone into a beautiful bench.
A chest of drawers with missing drawers turned seating or coffee table
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Upcycle an old dresser into a bench! Cheap DIY home decor project! I love this idea!
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Photo negatives lamp shade cool idea
photo slide lamp shade - brilliant! - Click image to find more diy & crafts Pinterest pins
Photo negatives DIY lamp shade --coool!! I am definitely doing this!
DIY create a lampshade using old photo negatives ... how cool
Junk to Treasure | Trash to Treasure
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Trash to Treasure - the black white and red is so cute!
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love this- use funky fabric, big mirror for entry hall
Great tutorial on how to turn someones junk into your treasure!
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Refinished vanity stool
Love this...I plan to do this to my storage benches.
DIY yourself benches or side tables.
Tea parties have always been important to me. It’s been a tradition in our family that my daughters and I try to go to a tea room for herbal tea and sandwiches while we are on vacation in a fun city. For some reason… my husband and son just aren’t into it:) So I love ...continue reading
Tons of great furniture makeovers!
How to Paint Furniture. Great tips!
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How to Paint Furniture. Great tips for those outdated pieces. I'm totally doing this to our china cabinet!
China Cabinet - How to Paint Furniture. Simple steps to take those ugly thrift stores pieces to beautiful furniture for your home!
Not Your Grandma's Hutch —How to restore an old china cabinet
Easy Furniture Refinish
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Great instructions for painting furniture! For years, I had an antique furniture painting business and painted hundreds of pieces of furniture. I spent a lot of time figuring out an easier way to do it. This tutorial is for painting old furniture and keeping an old feel to it, with NO sanding and NO stripping. Ugh, who wants to work that hard? Of course, having an assistant helps. Since this cabinet had glass doors, I covered the glass with newspaper before starting, and set up the piece in an area where I could spray paint and not worry about the mess. Old furniture comes with many defects time has added to its finish. Personally, that is what I love about it. If I wanted something to look new, I'd buy a brand new piece. I want my antiques to keep their flavor! So, I don't want to sand away any alligatoring of the old varnish, or any other interesting bits on it. By using a bonding spray, you do not need to sand or strip the furniture and you preserve those crackly spots in the varnish. This BONDING primer (bonding is the key word, here, it will stick to any clean surface without sanding) covers the old varnish, but doesn't change the look of the finish underneath. SHAKE WELL or you'll get a bumpy grainy finish. Spray away. We've already skipped sanding, and now here is where another short cut comes in. If you plan on painting the piece with a brush after priming, you can leave it the way this cabinet looks right now, kind of shadowy, that is good enough coverage for the paint to adhere. But, if you are going to do what I do and skip the step where you brush on paint, then you need to use plenty of spray primer. It took me 2-1/2 cans for this piece. After it was at the shadowy point in this photo, I sprayed over any darker areas and made sure there was good coverage. Did I mention how much it helps to have assistants? I gave this one an empty can to help with. I'm glad it was empty, because she tried to spray paint the world with it. If she ever gets hold of a full can, I might be in trouble. Primer MUST NOT be left without a top coat. But, who says you have to use just plain paint over it?? I use water based glaze, which is mixed with latex paint. It covers the primer just like paint would, but is semi-transparent, depending upon how much color you add. You can buy it pre-mixed like this kind, which is handy for large projects, but can be pricey. Or you can buy glaze by the can, and mix your own color. I use those cheapo 2 oz craft bottles of acrylic paint. There are a ton of color choices that way. This is really too much for the cabinet, but I liked this color and wanted to make extra to store for something else. It never hurts to make up a bit extra, because you'd hate to run out in the middle of glazing your furniture. I'd say 2 cups of glaze and 1 ounce of craft paint (any color, any brand) is plenty. The color I chose was a dark brown. Notice how it looks more like chocolate milk after it is brushed on? Well, that is because the glaze is milky. But you have to remember that the glaze will dry CLEAR. So the color of the small acrylic craft paint you chose is what you end up with, not the milky version it is while still wet!! Start at the top and work on one small area at a time. Paint the colored glaze on thickly, and get it down into all grooves. After one section is painted, wipe it off with a wet, soft rag. I use old tee shirts, and keep a bucket of warm water nearby for rinsing. Not that warm water is better than cold, but it just feels better when you wring the rag out. And rinse often!! Your rag will fill with glaze fast. If you don't keep rinsing and wringing it out, you'll have a soppy mess and will just be pushing the glaze around, not removing it. Don't worry about perfection. Some areas will be more heavily glazed than others, that makes for an interesting finish. And if you were lucky enough to have a piece of furniture with lots of crackled finish to start with, then the glaze will really look nice when it settles into those cracks! While the glass is still covered with paper, spray a can of satin finish clear coat over the project to seal it. After you take off the newspaper and tape, you might have to scrape a little paint off the window here and there with a razor blade, if you tape as badly as I do. I chose not to paint the interior of mine, instead I lined it with vintage wallpaper. HINTS •You can skip the paint step, IF- you are fine with using bright white as your base color under the glaze. Spray primer doesn't come in tinted colors. You can also use paint on bonding primer, and have it tinted, or use the gray it comes in, and that can be your base coat. •You MUST cover every inch of the primed areas with painted on glaze! Primer is not meant to be left uncovered. But glaze is quicker and easier to brush on than paint, because you are just slopping it on heavy and will be wiping it off. •Top coats are important, for durability. You can quickly spray one, or brush it on. If I am brushing it on, I like to use Min-Wax Polycrylic. It is water based, no smell. •Make sure the piece is clean before you paint it. Wipe it down with a damp cloth, and if it is greasy use Windex. •Only use BONDING primer!! Be sure the label says something like "will stick to glossy surfaces". I buy this brand at Home Depot. If I am brushing on primer instead, I use "The Gripper" by Glidden. •Primer can be painted over soon after using it, but sometimes it takes days to "cure". So, if you have painted something with an extremely high gloss finish, try to leave it set and don't mess with it for 3 or 4 days. The finish hardens, and won't scrape up after that. •Its nice to paint the inside of drawers, for a clean finish, but NEVER, ever paint the sides of the drawers, on the outside, or the bottoms. They must be kept clear of paint so the drawers won't stick. For an old, sticky piece, wax the outside of the drawers for a good slide. •If you get over spray on the glass, like I did, scrape it off right away, or it just gets harder to do. Bonding primer bonds! •If you have plans to "distress" the piece, by roughing the edges up with sand paper, do it before your top coat. And don't wait too long, like I mentioned before bonding primer bonds! When the furniture is dry, sand away, but don't wait days and days or you'll have trouble sanding through the primer to the wood underneath.
EASY FURNITURE REDO// Some great tips IF you're doing the furniture piece in white.
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Cabinet redo 045-a quick lesson on "How to paint old furntiure (the short cut way)
Furniture painting tips.
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