Category: DIY Projects

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10 Ways to Organize and Store Your Spices

Do you want to change the appearance of your kitchen without replacing the furniture, painting or purchasing different decorative items? We have the solution: give a personal touch to your kitchen with the help...

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DIY wooden log and slice home decor ideas

Wooden houses remain the favorite of the Romans, so it’s no wonder that many prefer and pieces of furniture or decorations of natural materials. For those who want a home with a rustic air,...

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20 Brilliant DIY Cork Decoration Ideas

At the beginning of the week, we were discussing the interior decorations again and if in the past few weeks we were talking about general arrangement rules, today we were discussing the unprecedented decorations....

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10 DIY soap dispensers

We take a break from house plans and various tricks that make our lives easier and we delight ourselves with 10 projects that can make our house more beautiful. Each of us feels the need...

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How to paint a wooden dresser. 15 wonderful ideas

Each of us has at least one piece of old furniture that no longer likes or that doesn’t fit at all with the rest of the furniture. Whether we’re talking about the furniture you have now in your house, whether we’re talking about the cabinets you have in Grandma‘s house, under no circumstances should you throw them or sell them,before you try to reconditioning them. You‘d be surprised to see how an old dresser can be easily transformed into a very nice and modern one. Reconditioning old furniture will help you save money, but also have an original furniture. All you need is a little patience, imagination and well–chosen materials, so that any old piece of furniture is transformed into a modern one. How to paint a wooden dresser. Step 1 The first step is to clean the surface. Thus, wipe the cupboard with a rag and then with a rag that has been dipped in alcohol, to remove any trace. Thus, the places that need to be repaired will be more visible.  How to paint a wooden dresser. Step 2 You must appeal to an abrasive technique, to get rid of scratches, varnish or anterior pain. Use a piece of sandpaper  and gently rub the entire surface of the cabinet. Use one with larger grit, for a deep grinding and one with small grit, i you want a very smooth surface.  Then, after grinding, cover the surface with a layer of primer before painting. How to paint a wooden...