Guest Bloggers Chris and Julia from ChrisLovesJulia has a great post that breaks down how different stains can look based on the wood species that are being used. Follow along as this DIY couple shares their findings, and tips imparts some helpful guidance to get you started on your
We tend to keep our favorite magazines around for a while before recycling them. So when I saw a simple plan for a two-board magazine stand, I knew it was for us. I started by cutting a notch in the center that was equal to half the width of each 30” board. I then sanded each side
Blotchiness can occur on just about any wood, as my wife Leigh Ann discovered a few years ago when she stained this unfinished maple curio cabinet for her office. If you would like to see how you can avoid a case of the blotchiness on any of your staining projects, just follow along with me.