Any time of year is a good time to get organized, starting with getting rid of furniture you no longer need. But rather than putting it out on the curb, why not turn your trash into cash? Whether it be on Craigslist, in your local paper, or at a yard sale, getting the most for your old furniture will give you more money to spend on things you need. Interested in seeing how? Then read on . . . .
Years ago we used to “Strip First, Ask Questions Later.” Fortunately, today we take the wiser approach of “Less is More.” Instead of stripping an old finish, we try to make each project look better and last longer — like this chair I rescued. Along the way we’ll be saving ourselves time and money. Like the sound of that? Then just keep on reading!
It never seems to fail: if you have wood in your home, you always end up with unwanted holes. Knowing the best way to fill various types and sizes of holes is critical in being able to make them less noticeable, so if you think that might be helpful, just keep on reading!