I love to white wash wood, it can drastically change the appearance of your furniture.
Today I want to show you how to dispose of old paint.
Stripping is a lot of hard, gross, goopy work and no one likes to do it. So, I recently created this beautiful grey stain look without stripping down to the raw wood.
Have you ever heard someone say “Its made out of rubberwood”? Todays furniture we use a lot of rubber wood in its production.
Have any of you de-silvered a mirror? I had no idea it could be this fun. One of the things I am trained to do is to re-produce something existing. I spent 5 years as a master deceiver fixing damage to furniture and 10 years before that restoring antiques which you have to find a […]
Awhile back I was hired to repair scratches on wood doors. While at the estimate to look at the doors I brought a product that might do the trick but wanted to test it out first. Repairing scratches on doors can be a lot of work. From sanding the wood down possibly stripping, restaining and […]
Last summer I had a chair that I needed to replace 6 missing spindles on my lathe. I didn’t document the project due to time constraints but this summer I had a call from another client, same chair only one missing spindle. And this summer I have documented the lathe work. I am self taught […]
Hardware cleaning is simple and as you can see with these handles completely necessary. Kitchen hardware especially can get super nasty, this is the easiest way I know to clean hardware. Hardware can get anything from food, hand grease, paint splatter and much more on it. Hardware also has a protective coating on it that […]
This wood is staying natural so instead of filling with wood filler or bondo I am going to show you how to make a compression veneer patch.
Just got this badass air brush from Preval to do leather touch-ups also wanted it for inside chair legs and spraying on stencils (so stay tuned). Today I am using it for my first ever leather touch-up.
Today I am doing a touch-up painted kitchen using Preval Sprayer. This little sprayer packs a good punch she can atomize your custom mix just perfectly!
The first steps to properly painting kitchen cabinets are the most important steps. What you do with prep work will determine your outcome. Cleaning and sanding is a step you do not want to skip. Some paint companies suggest that you don’t need to clean or scuff. The truth is that their paints still can’t […]
How to use wood filler on chipped wood, and make a mold to form the shape. Small chips & dents we can mostly live with but large chunks of wood missing from some misshap just needs to be fixed.
I get so many questions so often about painting furniture and I love to share my knowledge with all of my followers. So I gathered all of the information and wrote down every step put it neatly in a little eBook just for you.
Jess (from Kaleidoscope Interiors) and I where thrilled to be part of this makeover bonus this is the first kitchen we have documented using Aqua Coats White Cabinet Wood Grain Filler and we wanted to bring you along for the journey.