February 22, 2011
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Everything Old is New Again! Many items around our homes or found at yard sales, thrift shops and markets could be very useful, but are just in need of a facelift. Simply look past rough exteriors, and you’ll see the potential in almost anything! Carefully judge the items you find or have around your home and be realistic about what you can accomplish with these pieces.
Here are some furniture redo tips for restoring and repurposing some common materials you may find:
Restore ItCleaning and painting wrought iron:
Home décor is all about personal expression and style so hold onto these tips and keep an eye out for great finds this season. Have fun and don’t be afraid to get creative!
Make Old Wood Look New Again
Table Lamps Made with Repurposed Parts
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