You don’t have to get rid of your old furniture when it breaks or gets damaged! Use these tips for repairing old furniture to update and love your furniture again. You can also use these tips on thrifted furniture to decorate your home on a budget.
At A Ray of Sunlight we’ve been painting and selling furniture since 2014. So I’ve had plenty of furniture repairs to learn how to make… and I made plenty of mistakes, that became lessons in the end.
Keep reading to learn more about the best ways to repair old furniture before painting!
Old wood furniture is notorious for having damage. From chipping veneer or peeling veneer, to chewed up furniture, and missing or broken trim. Even more common is sticky dresser drawers and broken furniture legs.
Instead of getting rid of it, you can easily repair furniture damage with these tips for repairing old furniture.
Each of these furniture repair tutorials walk you through, step by step, how to repair damaged furniture so you can fall back in love with your furniture. Or you can use these on thrifted dressers, buffets, nightstands or tables to decorate your home on a budget.
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More Furniture Makeover Resources:
- Pink Dresser with Lifting Venner Repair
- Painting Furniture: Tips and Ideas
- Add Texture to Drawers and Cover Damaged Wood Repair
- Remove Paint from Wood Furniture
- Wood Stain Repair
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