A smooth paste wax formulation to produce a white grained finish to bare or stained wood. Two hundred years ago this liming method was used to lighten the dark wood panels in various mansions of the day. Liming wax is the predecessor of the “pickling method” used today. Liming produces a distinctive effect, which is […]Continue Reading →
So how do you get rid of white rings on furniture? Smoke cigars and drink some wine!
I know there are lots of ways to get rid of these pesky white stains on furniture – Lauren uses a method involving an iron and some cloth that I’m not 100% sure about – but that method […]Continue Reading →
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I’ve been pining after a hid rug for some time now, but couldn’t bare dropping the cash. I’ve seen them all over the internet, in stores and even at garage sales, but the cheapest one I’ve found is $225. Still too much me so I decided to make one. I headed over […]
It’s the age old question – especially when looking at listings on Craigslist – what’s the difference between real wood & solid wood?
Real wood furniture is crafted from solid wood, not bits of wood linings. Real wood furniture is going to be heavier, more costly, and more durable. While of course you’re not tap […]Continue Reading →
Well they say you only have to make a mistake once to learn from it – and that’s exactly what we did. Lauren & I went to Home Depot one weekend (surprise, surprise) and came out with this little paint sprayer – convinced it would work better for us then anyone else.
FAIL. Just […]Pin ItContinue Reading →