Stripping can be so messy I am going to share the easiest most efficient way to strip wood.
I get giddy when I am asked to restore something as beautiful as this antique door. Even worn she is beautiful just wait till you see her restored.
This look really highlights the grain and shows its beauty rather than painting over it.
Grey wood is becoming more and more popular! This grey buffet is just one more of the beautiful pieces I have revived this year. This piece was definitely a challenge, which I do admit I love. However I wanted to share with you today how I was able to create this color grey for this buffet.
It’s such an honor to be trusted with a sentimental piece of furniture. This cabinet was build as a tool bench at Briggs and Stratton in Wauwatosa WI. Watch as I transformed this tool bench into a kitchen island.
Restoring furniture to its former glory is my passion. Each restoration is a challenge in its own and this vintage harvest child’s rocking chair was definitely a challenge
So excited I am finally stepping up my game in my woodworking shop. I have a list of shop improvements and the Wen Air Filtration System was top of the list. Lately after spraying in my shop I have been noticing excessive dust and it was getting overly frustrating. When I would spray a top […]
I have been testing out several different ways to achieve the perfect chipping paint look not to toot my own horn but honk, honk I think I nailed it. Chippy paint gives the best farm house cottage furniture feel. The more painted chipped the better! A Little Background….. First off I don’t really like the […]
Manmade distressing to natural distressing like worm holes can be all a piece of furniture needs to bring out its unique character.
This is one of my favorite Upcycles. Converting a desk into matching nightstands.
Today I am so excited to show you some brick painting! There are so many different ways to paint brick. From white washing, German smear, to just straight paint
I love to white wash wood, it can drastically change the appearance of your furniture.
There are so many different types paint but what kind is good for furniture? I mean there is always left over wall paint and its super cheap can that be used? What about all these chalk paint companies popping up is that paint good for furniture?
After getting a dresser I with a formica top I needed a really good bonding primer. Instantly two respected people told me XIM primer
Today I want to show you how to dispose of old paint.