As I’ve slowly been dabbling in the world of furniture rehab the last year, I’ve learned quite a bit. Namely, that restoring wood furniture takes time and patience. I understand why people choose to go the painted furniture route because, frankly, it’s a lot easier!
First – Happy Saturday! We’ve had several men working on our house for the last two weeks residing our house. (!!) The old siding was rotted and peeling beyond repair. We also were able to knock out that awkward window in our shower and side right over it! All this to say, they are working right outside of the window I’m sitting in front of and I feel a little rude. So this post will be short today.
Earlier this spring I posted another dresser that I was tackling – my mom’s dresser that she had when she was a kid.
Last month I posted on some cabinet knobs that I was debating over for a dresser I was refinishing.
In fact, it it the first piece of furniture I have ever truly refinished!
I’ve finished raw wood and painted over old finishes, but I’ve never sanded a piece of furniture down to it’s raw state.
One day I was re-organizing my office.
My former office I should say! This spring I switched jobs and am no longer working from home. It’s been a good change! Along with my new routine, my office needed a face-lift.
The office room is extremely awkward to decorate/furnish – one half )shown above) belongs to me and the other half belongs to my husband. The ceiling in my space is at an extreme slant, so it makes hanging any artwork difficult.
January beware! We are kickin’ kitchen booty and we are almost going to meet our goal of having the kitchen finished by the end of the month! (Knock on wood!)
In the process of kicking kitchen booty, I think I have lost approximately 12,857 brain cells. But it was all worth it.
Yes! We refinished our sideboard and kitchen island!