furniture. Saturday , June 03rd , 2017 - 22:06:09 PM
The first thing I had to do was strip off all the old varnish, which is a very nasty job. If the paint stripper gets on your skin it can just eat your skin. Stripping off all that old varnish is the hardest part of this project. Rubber gloves are a must. A long sleeve shirt and jeans are good protective clothing.
I started to gather a lot of DIY tutorials and tips and managed to decorate my home for cheap... you can't imagine how cheap! Also instead of just throwing a lot old clothes, jars, furniture or other stuff, I recycled them into amazing new things. Recycling your used furniture is also good because it can be used instead of new furniture that would require more material use and pollution. You can learn how to take care of your interior design without having to pay a designer, learn how to craft, get ideas about new accessories and storage space you wouldn't have tought about an a lot of other useful tips&tricks. The old saying that "you get what you pay for" has no relevance here as you can turn almost anything into a piece of art by yourself in your own home with a lot less money a lot of fun. Yes, DIY is a lot of fun! You can make a list of activities with the kids and in the same time transform your house.
This will determine the size, or the number of pieces to buy. If you are working with a small space, consider something with a dual purpose. A larger space would allow a more extravagant piece. The point to remember is to scale accordingly.
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